SPARK PLUG PEN

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Past a Plug,bought and stripped it ,cut the Porcelain, made an adapter between the PLug and the kit. Used a short piece of Honduran Rosewood with Sapwood between.

As A Sparky apprentice 2nd year in 1952 I was seconded for three months to a sister firm of Auto Mechanics,learned a healthy respect for Spark Plugs,tough little items. Whenever times were tough and they were after I married as a 4th yr Apprentice I worked three jobs...1, My trade
2. Cleaner for 4hrs then 3. Pulled Petrol at Ampol until 2am in the morning. I remembered these Spark Plugs largely unseen but capable of hard work.

WE built a house the first year as well,lived in a 10 foot square shed on the block for a year. Now with my wife of 63 yrs we number 75 persons,no regrets,plenty of happiness.

Spent last night figuring how to combine the Plug and a Pen,here it is.

Peter.
 

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leehljp

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Amazing! How well does "Sparky" write? :) The coil spring reminded me of car struts! Definitely an "Automotive" pen.
 

Firstdue

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Very nice modification!
How did you attach the plug to the pen body? You mention making an adapter.
 
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