Hey fella’s, I’m continuing to work my way through maintenance and upgrades on ‘Ol Lucy here. I recently got her back from my resto mechanic who installed Wilwood discs all the way around, a Muncie M-23, and a gearvendors overdrive. She has been GREAT to drive these last few weeks. Back and forth to work a couple of times a week with no troubles... until now. I got home from work the other night. Parked in the garage and went to bed... no trouble to speak of at the time. And then I come out to the garage to crank her up, and here comes the trouble... I’ve got normal sounding starter crank. But no fire. I cranked until I could smell fuel and then called it quits. She already has new spark plugs (less than 500 miles) with correct gap. But I pulled a few anyway and they look great still and still have good gap (albeit covered in unburnt fuel at the moment). So I decided to pull the distributor cap and have a look. The pics are posted below. Two questions: 1. Can anyone tell me all about what kind of distributor/ignition system this is? It appears to be a completely OEM style points and coil setup,... but my eye is un-trained. -are the points corroded enough to provide a no-spark condition?? 2. Id like to assess the condition of resistance on the coil, but can’t find a part number in this ignition coil. Does anyone know how much resistance I should be showing on this coil... primary//secondary windings?