In 1973 Kingston Racing Motors introduced this new British Worldbeater. KRM was a division of Steel Fabrications, a boiler manufacturer in England. The design was from Jack Williams, the man behind the AJS 7R and Matchless G50. Designed to compete against the all conquering Yamaha 350, the engine was an aircoooled 4 cylinder 4 stroke with double overhead cams and 2 valves per cylinder. Looked good, seemed possible but other than the article in Cycle magazine describing the launch, I don't think it ever went further.