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1) Thanks to Chris - I DEFINITELY had the timing matched to the wrong factory Bosch mark on the distributor. There are two, one for initial installing and one for final timing. Tried to start thereafter but wouldn't start.
2) Thanks to Jimmy - I noticed the tach was not registering any movement. I simply disconnected the VDO tach power source (fuse box) & wire from coil (negative). It STARTED.
Now it's time to figure out tach issue. Obviously I need it for tuning, etc. I did reground it to a known good point. I have tach, oil pressure & Ammeter running off the same source from fuse box. Shouldn't be an issue...but I'll start there.
Thanks Chris & Jimmy :)
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