Got to the Antique Nationals and unloaded the car. and my buddy, Narod, drove to the tech inspection area. While he was waiting the engine died and wouldn't start. At one point it backfired and broke the Bendix gear so Phil from M & L Electric pulled the starter while Tom Conley searched for a magnet which we used to remove the pieces. Then they pushed and towed the car but all it did was fire once or twice. Monday morning I checked the ignition and no spark and very low voltage reading with no fluctuation of meter while cranking the engine. According to FS trouble shooting guide that meant the cell was faulty. Replacement cost is $55 I think I will sell this FS distributor and convert a "B" distributor. The main drawback with the "B" is the small diameter of the upper shaft, when it wears the cam can "wobble" and the gap varies. The FS cell is very forgiving as the air gap can be from .010 to .040 or something like that and still fire.