Here\u2019s the definitive roundup of iconic and exotic 80\u2019s sports cars that we all dreamed of having one day and our closest way of 'driving' a lot of them was to play Test Drive on the Amiga and C64. Everyone had at least one of these 80's sports cars hanging up on their wall and probably dreamed of having one of these cars one day. If you're still hankering for one then get ready for a whole lot of childhood nostalgia! Let's begin... Porsche 911 Turbo Wide wheel arches, sumptuous curves and a honking great spoiler on the back of it along with that 80\u2019s favourite \u2018Turbo\u2019 lumped on to the end guaranteed that this German exotic made it on to walls across the world. Best colour? Guards Red which was also a must have for the growing Yuppie class along with their Filofax's. Chevrolet Corvette This V8 monster had a proper redesign with the C4 version after a long run with the C3. A fantastic looking car overall with its round Ferrari style rounded rear lights, pop-up headlights, four exhausts and its rarity over this side of the Atlantic means it made it onto bedroom walls everywhere. Porsche 928 The next Porches to make it on to walls everywhere is the Porsche 928 which was officially their flagship car. Made famous as Wyatt's car in Weird Science. For gamers, it was also the star car in Chase H.Q in the arcades as well as one sadly getting crushed by a Monster Truck in Cannonball Run 2. It also made an appearance in Scarface, however, it\u2019s doubtful you knew this at the time unless you sneaked a watch. Lotus Turbo Esprit A British exotic made famous by James Bond. Low, wedge-shaped, double pop-up headlights and later on made even more desired thanks to games like Lotus Turbo Challenge on the Commodore Amiga. It was also the star car in Pretty Woman with the S2 model that first came out in 1987. Ferrari 308 GTB\/GTS The first Ferrari on the list, the Ferrari 308 GTB or GTS was an 80\u2019s classic. It actually came out in 1976 but made it way on to walls throughout the 80\u2019s thanks to appearances in Cannonball Run (1 & 2) and was, of course, Tom Sellick\u2019s vehicle of choice in Magnum P.I. This mid-engine exotic had a fantastic presence with its air intakes, pop-up headlights and round lights and quad exhausts. Best colour, Red or course! Pontiac Trans-Am Thanks to David Hasslehoff and his sidekick K.I.T.T the Trans-Am made it onto walls up and down the land. This car was futuristic and was best seen in Black because everyone wanted to be KnightRider didn\u2019t they? Porsche 959 Another Porsche on the round-up, yep! 4 wheel drive, 197 mph top speed and 0-60 in under 4 seconds made this a must have. It also looked so far ahead of its time too and a lot of it's tech made it i to later Porsches such as the Carrera 4 which came out in 1989. It was the fastest road car in the world during the 80\u2019s until\u2026. Ferrari F40 Oh boy! Just\u2026look\u2026at\u2026it! The Ferrari F40 was the first production car to make it over 200 MPH (201 to be precise). It\u2019s huge spoiler, three exhausts, stunning looks and its extreme performance made it onto walls after it came out in 1987 and rightly so its an icon. Ferrari Testarossa There are so many reasons why the Ferrari Testarossa makes it here. It\u2019s one of the most Iconic and exotic cars of the 80\u2019s and rightfully so. It\u2019s wedge shape and iconic side intakes feeding air into the radiators along with its double pop-up lights featured in iconic series Miami Vice and arcade favourite OutRun as well as just being one of the nicest looking cars ever made. Best colour\u2026 Red for the purists or White if you were a Miami Vice fan. Lamborghini Countach Our final car and quite possibly the best-looking sports car of the 80\u2019s. The Lamborghini Countach. It's wedge-shaped, crazy air intakes, wheels, and that iconic rear spoiler means this car was most likely the ultimate bedroom wall poster choice of everyone and the dream car of the 80\u2019s for kids and grown ups everywhere. Feeling Nostalgic? What were your must have 80's sports cars? Are they on this list? If not what ones would you have?