So I put in a brand new distributor, distributor cap, and rotor button, spark plugs, and wires since summer. The distributor was literally just put in within the past couple of days. After putting in the distributor I has to time it though and found out the timing was WAY off and had to wait for parts and help to arrive to get the timing done right (I needed the socket and breaker bar and someone to turn the harmonic balancer). Anyhow, that was done yesterday, so I got the timing taken care of and tried to start it and found it had beautiful crank but absolutely no start. I used a start tester to test the wires for spark and all of them have spark, no doubt. From the no start manual I have, and all of the testing I was able to do on the distributor with the start tester, there is no problem with the distributor or it's wiring. I have not checked fuses but I'm not sure what to check there. I'm guessing if a fuse was bad the distributor wouldn't have spark either but I could be wrong. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. My toddler grandson flooded my house in the middle of the night, thankfully I am a light sleeper and woke, and before I could grab the wet dry vac the ladies of the house grabbed a ton of clothes and sheets and towels and threw them onto the water. Only problem with that is our dryer died back in november and we have no working truck. Now we have baskets full of wet molding cloths and bed sheets and can't get them to a laundry mat. There are times I could swear my life is a greek tragedy lol. Or a hidden tv comedy like Truman.