Re: No Spark. NEED HELP PLEASE!
After you find a coil to bench test and work, use the same coil on the engine.
Your measurement of the pickup coil shows it good.
Have a spare plug laying out and ground the casing/ground electrode and hook up the coil lead to plug, so you can see all the spark, not just for one cylinder, hook up the remote starter, and open the throttle to WOT so the carb won't flood the engine. Maybe have a box fan running to blow away the vapor to prevent a fire.
While cranking, measure the coil voltage at the positive (+) terminal to ground. No voltage, bad box or bad connection from pickup coil to box. If using a quality DMM, look at the analog scale/line on the bottom of the display, it reacts faster than the readout/number scale.
Do you have a points ditributor or HEI you can substitute?
Are plugs dry or wet with fuel?
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