Most vehicles built since the 1970s have an electronic ignition system, which replaced the old breaker point ignition system. This change-over made engines run smoother and more efficiently and eliminated the need for owners to replace points and condenser every few thousand miles.

However, if you own a vintage vehicle that has a breaker point ignition system, you can convert your vehicle to run on an electronic ignition module. This will simplify the maintenance on your old car, as well as make it run better.

If you own a vintage vehicle and are concerned with keeping it as original as possible, the electronic module might be just the ticket for you. The module mounts inside your distributor, so from the exterior your engine compartment will appear as stock.