This probably isn't very interesting to many but I am getting my engine ready to mount in my frame and I have been trying to find a neat place (by neat I mean both tidy and cool) to place the MSD coil. I am trying to keep the firewall tidy so I thought I would hang it off the front head in the original position but with a few upgrades for aesthetic purposes. I couldn't find what I wanted so I built it and thought I would share it. Started with cardboard and went through a few design changes to make it both structural and simple as possible. Then transferred the pattern to thin aluminum that is easy to work with, using double sided 3M tape to hold it together so it could come apart to make the pattern without destroying it Then made it out of 1/8th stainless steel, ( I will polish the crap out of it later) I made the bracket to hold a polished ribbed (for her pleasure) coil cover designed primarily for firewall mounting. I bought this on from the nice folks at OTB gear. Very high quality, studs in the rear so you don't run bolts through your coil and a set screw in front to secure the coil. Polish job was excellent. It needs a couple of acorn nuts I think, my wife says I could use a few extra, pretty sure this is what she was referring to. Then a simple job of 2 bolts to hold it in place on the front of the head I tried my best to keep the bracket at the same angle as the distributor and maintain clearance on my water pump pulley. it is also off the block and away from the head so as not pick up any more heat than necessary. And a shot form the rear. Needs polishing but you get the idea. Plenty of room top side for distributor adjustment and a short distributor cable is all that is needed. I used the chrome MSD so the top would match the polished cover (and it was 7 bucks cheaper than the red one?). Like I said, not highly technical and may not be to everybody's liking but it fits my look and my style...which is basically "if it runs-its good, if it runs and is shiny-it's better". I hope I didn't waste your time but it was fun to build and I wanted to share. Thanks for looking. Bandit 10-10 on the side.