Best Cars That Time Forgot

Best Cars – Time Forgot

There’s a rather pressing and immediate problem present when trying to document a number of forgotten supercars, and that’s remembering them! The job of delving into your deepest and most remote automotive memories is a journey of slow progress – but through the tedium, old friends reveal themselves. Time to remember best cars – time forgot.

Maybach Exelero

Who doesn’t wanta car that comes in at 19 feet long with a sonorous V12? The car was built by Maybach for Fulda Tyres, the German division of Goodyear. They wanted a car to test their new generation of wide tires. With 737lb ft of twist, we’re sure the tires were sufficiently battered! Top Gear reported that rapper Birdman bough the car in 2011 for $8 million.

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Ford GTX1

We’ve all heard of the Ford GT, but did you know there was a Targa version? Limited to just 50 examples, body work master Mark Gerish said he made it purely because he thinks Ford should have done it themselves! The stunning lines of the car do you make you wonder why it wasn’t ever considered by Ford, particularly when one of the biggest complaints about the hard top was a lack of headroom!

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Nissan R390 GT1

Some of the best cars are born because of motor racing. There are many competitions that require a manufacturer to produce road going versions of their race cars, this led to such greats as the Lancia Stratos and the Audi Quattro. None however, look as mean as the R390! Although untested, Nissan claimed a top speed of 220mph and a 0-62 time of 3.9 seconds.

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I love looking back at the rich history of cars, flick through an old magazine and you’re sure to find cars you’ve never heard of or completely forgot about! It’s amazing just how mad some manufacturers were and how much we miss some of that creativity today.” Mark Robbits, LNK Motors.

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