Few systems on an old car offer more potential for persistent troubles than the ignition system. Points, rotor, condenser, cap, coil and wires can and do fail. More often than not, the points are the culprit. A modern electronic ignition conversion can eliminate pesky points. They're a breeze to install if you know what you're doing. Check out Hagerty’s own Randy Clouse in this three part series as he installs a conversion kit on a 1967 Porsche 911S.
Part I: How to remove the ignition system and install the electronic parts
Part II: Installing the ignition
Part III: Replacing the coil