Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Remember ignition points?

A recent yard sale find.  From the days when there were ignition points to be adjusted.  These particular Snap-On tools were made in Canada!  The case was filthy and the tools were a little rusty, but for $5 I could easily overlook that.  In any event, they cleaned up reasonably well.

Below, a picture from a 1971 catalogue I found on the web.  Turns out I'm missing the points file and feeler gauges.  Instead, my case included a steel rule from a Calgary garage and, incongruously, a golf tee tool!

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