Still the plugs pour in! Since the Editor referred to his collection of ancient and unusual igniters, readers have sent him many more, including:
A beautifully clean Lissen R202, a Ward Supreme Quality 6 saved from a iumble sale (it was made in the U.S.A.), two Forward plugs in their original cardboard boxes (they were “specially designed for Ford cars only”), some very odd OPs with a blank end, firing through side holes, thought to have been made in Longhorsly. Notts, a Lodge OT, a tiny Pacy 385 model-i.c. engine plug, an A.C. B5, a Sphinx Ford, Champion 7, 16, and 22, a very smart A.C. 89 with tall white insulator, an A.C. Sphinx 87S, and many other fine but unidentifiable specimens.
W. B . says “Many thanks!”