Getting a bit frustrated with my '50 Flathead V8. Had some starter issues that you all helped out with - now on to new issues. After replacing the brushes on the starter, I got her running relatively well. Could start up and idle for a good amount of time. After the engine warmed up, it would start getting bogged down, eventually sputtering out. Then - couldn't get it started/idling again until it was cooled down. Did some research, came across some similar situations where the ignition coil was likely the problem. Since it's an inexpensive part, I went out and bought a new one - also a new condenser and plugs while I was there. Swapped out the plugs, swapped out the coil, swapped out the condenser. She cranks nice and strong but never fires. I pulled a plug and checked that it was getting spark - and it was. After many unsuccessful attempts to start, decided to work backwards and see where the issue could be. Put the old condenser back on - no luck. Put the old coil back on - no luck. Swapped out the new plugs for the old plugs - - so at this point it's back to where it was when I had it running - - no luck. Now I can't get anything from the engine - just cranks and cranks with no success. Checked all my connections, I'm still getting spark at the plugs, and I have no idea where to go from here. Any thoughts/suggestions?