Thanks for all the help. Ok I found my stock distributor. I am a Rookie so I need some more help here.
I took out the distributor and did not mark the hole when I pulled it.
1. How do I install it back finding the #1 spark lug, proper location of the vacuum and #1 piston up
2. What wires go installed on the coil + and -
Any help is appreciated
Ok, here's the easy way.
1) Turn the engine over until #1 cylinder (drivers side front) is at TDC on the compression stroke. (Remember that the timing marks on the balancer will line up at TDC two times, once at TDC compression, once at TDC exhaust.) Verify you've got TDC compression by either holding your thumb over the spark plug hole and feeling the pressure as the engine turns over, or removing the drivers side valve cover and verifying the marks are at TDC with both intake and exhaust valves closed.
2) Insert the distributor so that the rotor tip points to about 1 o'clock (12 o'clock is directly towards the rear bumper, 6 o'clock is directly towards the front bumper). The vacuum hose connection on the vacuum advance canister should point towards the drivers side fender. Make sure the distributor is fully seated all the way down against the block. You might have to "work it around" some and/or use a big long flat bladed screwdriver to turn the oil pump drive shaft down inside the block so that it lines up correctly with the tang on the end of the distributor.
3) Install the cap, connect the spark plug wires with #1 on the terminal where the rotor is pointing, working around the cap counter-clockwise in firing order sequence (1 8 4 3 6 5 7 2). Drivers side cylinders are (from the front to the back) 1 3 5 7, passengers side are (also from the front to the back) 2 4 6 8.
4) Coil connection: ignition 'hot' wire goes to + terminal, - terminal wire goes to points inside distributor.
Install distributor hold-down clamp tight enough to hold it, loose enough so that you can still turn the distributor by hand. Fire it up, set your timing (vacuum advance disconnected and line plugged), tighten down the clamp, and you ought to be in business.