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"Smiths K.L.G. Sparking Plugs for Motorcycles 1945-1954" - a 69 page paperback booklet with recommended spark plug application identification for British, Continental (European), and American Motorcycles and also a section for bicycle engines. - Instructions and fitting for both regular and watertight KLG sparking plugs by make, model, and year from 1945-1954.
-- K.L.G. Sparking Plugs, Ltd., Cricklewood Works, London, England - printed May 1954
*** The KLG Spark Plug was invented by Kenelm Lee Guinness (1887-1937) of the famous Irish brewing family, who was also a racing driver of the 1910's and 1920's. (He set a new Land Speed Record in 1922). His sparking plugs also proved most suitable for aircraft engines and KLG was a main supplier to the War Department during the Great War. - In 1919 he sold world distribution rights for his brand to S.Smith & Sons, Ltd. and in 1927 that company bought him out entirely.