Got this 54 Chevy truck here and been running it, short test drives, moving it, working on bugs and string alignment. This morning while loading it on trail for a trip to the alignment shop it stalls. No spark! Run the full test, check all my work and looking for created problems, none found. The MSD unit is dead. It’s a “MSD 8360 read to run” unit with just hours of use. The internet has nick named this thing might suddenly die and ready to quit 8360. Now the thing is stranded outside, well I got the improvisational “see the problem fix the problem “. fix I think,,, Before I play musical distributors I call MSD for any input. he says send it back and we will fix it. Ok musical distributors it is. I’ve also got a OT circle track car here that’s got a brand new distributor waiting to go in as well as a bunch of other work. The existing hei distributor works and we were driving this engine around in another vehicle. I didn’t want to take the CT guys new unit for the 54 but had no issues using his old one. Now since we just swapped engines in the CT car I figured I would fire it first, then swap the new distributor in the CT car then take the old one for the 54 and get my ass down the alignment shop since it’s GOING TO RAIN for the next week!!! That f$&@ing HEI in the CT car has no spark. Was just running Friday!!!! Wtf you can’t make this crap up! Yeah points and the hell with the better and improved electronic ignition bullshit. Kinda funny though that 2 running one day dead the next units in one garage though???