Welcome to the review of the last seven "Gettin' a li'l psycho on tyres" posts.
The week started with a look at a TATA Loadbeta TDI imported from India.
Tuesday's regular MG feature looked at an MG F-Type Magna which is powered by a six cylinder version of the 4 cylinder Wolseley Hornet motor that has dummy side panels to hide it's origins.
Lancia's Fulvia Sport 1.3 Zagato narrow angle V4 powered brightened up the week on Continental Curiosity Wednesday.
Americana Thursdays post featured this Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C3, the first US vehicle to feature a split roof Targa Top first patented by Gordon Buehrig in 1951.
Ferrari Friday's post looked at this Ferrari 512M replica and noted "Big" John's little remembered return to the Ferrari fold in a similar Ferrari 512S.
Yesterday's Lotus blog featured Bryony Serrells Formula Ford Lotus 51A, little different from the Lotus 51 apart from some brackets to mount an oil tank for drysumped motors which some of the later 51A's did not use.
Today's post features a rare, one of only 17 built, QSC Quantum Coupé a GRP shell which uses a Ford Fiesta (Mk 1) donor car for it's running gear.
Thanks for joining me on this GALPOT Weekly #43 edition of "Gettin' a li'l psycho on tyres" I hope you have enjoyed catching up with last weeks blogs using the links provided and that you will join me in the week ahead. Don't forget to come back now !