Sunday, 20 January 2013
Welcome to GALPOT Weekly #03/13 a review of the last seven posts at "Gettin' a li'l psycho on tyres". This week started with a look at a look at an Elva Porsche in need of some TLC, Porsche were so impressed with this model they bought one for Herbert Muller to drive as a Porsche works entry in the 1963 European Hillclimb Championship. Jason Plato finished third in last years British Touring Car Championship driving this MG6 GT which I looked at on Tuesday. Wednesdays blog was about my adventures at the beginning of the month as a navigator for Alan Spencer on the Exeter Trial in the unique Parsons seen above. On Thursday I made an appeal for GALPOT readers to vote for Johnny Martinez '29 Ford in the Gold Eagle car of the month pole, please check out the link in the blog and vote DAILY until the end of the month, your votes will be much appreciated in what is turning out to be a neck and neck contest, thank you. This Ferrari 512S, which I looked at on Friday was pretty battered and beaten up when it finished the 1971 Daytona 24 Hours, Ronnie Buchnum and Tony Adamowicz still managed to bring it home in second place behind Pedro Rodriguez and Jackie Oliver in their Porsche 917K. On Saturday I looked at this Lotus Excel which is the prototype distinguished by having an the older Eclat name on the boot lid and many other distinguishing features within. 20/01/13 Correction today's post features this magnificent Daimler Consort with built in jacking. ( Thanks to Ryan for pointing out the error, the Daimler Majestic Major originally shown hear will feature next Sunday.) Thanks for joining me on this "GALPOT Weekly #03/13" edition of "Gettin' a li'l psycho on tyres" I hope you have enjoyed catching up using the links provided and that you will join me daily during the week ahead. Don't for get to come back now !