Welcome to GALPOT Weekly #42 a review of last seven blogs at "Gettin' a li'l psycho on tyres".
The week started with a look at an 8 foot bed that never has to be made in the form of a Dodge Ram Mega Cab 3500 4x4 Laramie, if sleeping on the bed of a truck is not your style the seats in the back of the Mega Cab are recliners.
RAF legend Len Miller ownedthe MG PA Supercharged Sports, which was featured on Tuesday, for 59 years during which time it survived hurricane damage.
Continental Curiosity Wednesday featured the BMW 'Dixi' DA2 3/15 above which was a metricated version of the Austin Seven built under license in Germany.
Americana Thursday featured my favorite Corvette a Stingray Coupé complete with split rear screen that appeared only on the original 1963 models.
Ferrari Friday featured the 1957 Le Mans class winning 500 TRC #0682MDTR seen above at the recent Silverstone Classic.
Yesterday's Lotus Blog featured two Lotus Ford 49C's, the #3 above is chassis #R6 with which Jochen Rindt broke his duck by winning the 1969 US Grand Prix. The following year using the same chassis Jochen also won the 1970 Monaco Grand Prix which would be the last of 12 Grand Prix victories for the Lotus 49 won between 1967 and 1970.
Today's post features a Bond Equipe 2 Litre Convertible featuring a fiber glass body mounted on Triumph Vitesse Mk II running gear.
Thanks for joining me on "GALPOT Weekly #42, I hope you have enjoyed catching up with the last seven posts from "Gettin' a li'l psycho on tyres" with the links in today's digest and that you will join me again during the week ahead. Don't forget to come back now !