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distributor 55-56
Home away from home
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2012/4/10 19:35
From San Diego, CA USA
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This was my 1990s project, my dads car had dual points, i could not figure out how he did it, so i went electronic,

This is going on my 400,

rik

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Posted on: 2012/4/13 16:46
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Re: distributor 55-56
Home away from home
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Dear rikki:

That's a neat set up.

I knew somebody who had and old Mallory unit from the 50's that did away with points.

Hope it works for you because servicing that distributor is a pain that leads to scratched fenders.

Posted on: 2012/4/14 8:40
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