hello gang! seeking help! she's a 73 challenger 318/924, electronic ignition. since I've had her, she always had an intermittent spark issue... sometimes spark, sometimes not. I've persued the usual avenues of remedy to what seemed like solution... new ecu, starter relay, ballast resistor, ignition switch... even cleaned and lubed all connector harnesses, until 3 months later, again no spark. Today, she decided to fire up! why? I don't know... but I did notice where a gooey waxy type of substance had previously oozed from the ecu. anybody know what that might mean? I'm seriously considering converting her to a points distributor. any advice on how to make that happen would be greatly appreciated! I'm thinking just get a small block points distributor, connect a wire and I'm good to go? should I be worried about the original ignition circuitry or bypass it all together? I would just like to have this beautifully restored specimen of mopar history turn-key again! all input greatly appreciated!