To make modifications to a font and then make a modified font file you need explicit permission of the owner of the original font file. Far most licenses absolutely forbid this. Thin ice I'd say.
Your earlier comment jerseygirl was, imho, correct. With this one I disagree. That the 'g' has been played with is clear so, 'modified'.
But, the rest does not perfectly match with the Times New Roman. Try this, superimpose the times New Roman 'g' and 'o' on the sample and look at the top of both. Though differences are minimal with other letters, like the 'h', 'u' and 't', it is just a bit off.
There are of course a great number of Times New Roman copies out there and one of those may be the perfect fit but with this image it is hard to tell.
Try Paddington. Similar only but not many will (be able to) see the difference.
Legends was once the Poppl-Residenz. Out in the wild under many names.
... this font is?
or these fonts are?
A Nike font, copied by Conrad. Needs to be stretched and individual kerning applied for each letter.
Suggested font: Dade
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ICG came earlier (1992) with a digital version. Named Eclat.
Aachen has such an unique letterform that one only has to look at text to recognize the font.
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