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source for Mallory coils ?

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Anyone know of any avail. ?

stryene or resin will work

need a couple for early 70's AA/FC builds

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Bill... Charlie at Pro Tech has them. The part number is PTMC 35 1/25th scale Mallory Ignitiin coil.. it is resin. I have a few of them from charlie in 1/16th scale and they are nice pieces Charlie is also a great guy to work with.

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Thanks for the note,

I had ck'd my usual suspects and found nuttin.

Ordered 5 of the Pro Tech versions via Teds Modeling this afternoon

Hopefully I can get this car done this decade

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Try Kris Morgan at M.A.D. He's got GREAT dizzy's, coils and MSD systems. Check him out, you WON'T be sorry!

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Try Kris Morgan at M.A.D. He's got GREAT dizzy's, coils and MSD systems. Check him out, you WON'T be sorry!

I ck'd there and didn't see any of the coils I needed. I use his pre-wired dists

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Do you mean the Mallory "Dragmaster" style coil? They are squared off on all of the edges and are fairly easy to build from styrene if you can't find any in resin. Unfortunately my camera with pictures of my scratchbuilt coil is at my woman's house so I can't show you the finished product. Use on online catalog like "Jeg's" for reference pictures of a 1:1 coil...

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Thanks, I order them this afternoon.

I was after the square looking old style coils usually mounted on the ft engine plate on the old AA/FC cars

such as here on the Chitown Hustler

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