<font FACE="arial,helvetica"><font SIZE="2">This last spring I replaced the points and condenser in the distributor with an electronic system which uses an infrared sensor. The season before I had to paddle home twice and it was not fun. The system I used is manufactured by Crane Cams. It is called Fireball and the model number is 700-0231. This kit includes a slotted disc which is installed on the distributor shaft under the rotor, an infrared pick up some brackets and a small computer box. You have to purchase a Chrysler style ballast resistor and a resistor-less coil. Those parts will run less than ten bucks. I removed the distributor from the car to make it easier. You must remove the large pin which holds the points on the breaker plate. This will be hard to do for any purist but I got over it. This kit comes with instructions for many different applications. My Amphi still runs on 12 positive ground and I was able to use this kit to achieve this. It will also work if you have converted to negative ground. I was able to complete the project in a few evenings. I was originally quoted $75 for the kit. But when I picked it up after special ordering it, the price was now $150. I guess it was the old double the cost trick to get the list price. I am very happy with the performance. It seems as if I picj\ked up some horsepower. The other thing that is nice is starting the engine. Warm or cold I can reach in and start the engine without pulling the choke or hitting the gas. The only phone number for Crane that I have is for the tech line, but they can probably find you a retailer. that number is 904-258-6174 or on the web www.cranecams.com. Let me know what you think.