"NOS ignition points are great but you will have to remove any corrosion from the contacts from sitting on the shelf for years also purchase a new condenser .NOS condensers fail the leakage test 80% of the time, because they are 30 40 50 years old ,…"
I understand I can purchase parts at the auto store for the vehicle, however, I am branching out in hopes of finding American made parts.
I am seeking the NOS parts to be used on for a tune up.
Thank you for your reply!"
Trying to understand your purpose
Do you just need to be owning nos parts or are you just wanting to be getting a fresh tune on your engine
I can only help and advise if you need the parts to give your engine a fresh…"
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