Hey guys, I've finally made the decision to move forward with an Electromotive HPX electronic ignition. This is a distributorless ignition, triggered off the crank. Though I can keep the distributors and caps on for a semi-stock look, I would probably fabricate metal plates to go in their place. The final setup would look similar to this picture: http://www.nicksforzaferrari.com/forzaferrariwebsite1008.htm I don't plan to sell this car; I plan to make it the healthiest, most driveable carb 308 out there . That said, should I sell the distributor casings, cores, caps, rotors, condensors, and points? All of the internal parts are about 10k miles old... Although at one point I was open to perhaps doing a concours one day, my priority has shifted from "Ability to keep it concours stock" to "healthy, driveable, and fun, like a 308 should be" so the ability to revert back to stock is no longer a major priority for me... What do you say?