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Looks identical to points used in many GMC/Chevy 1930's to late 50's Chevy. I use  48-50 Chevy 6 cylinder when I ask for new points (CS763) like that (or for new condenser, cap, and rotor) at any NAPA.  You can bring that point set to NAPA and see if it matches the CS763.

 

Paul

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I think I have Standard Auto DR-127 points at home, new in the box. I'll check tonight. What is your exact year, model , and engine, so I can be sure I find the correct condenser for you also. 

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Based on Spinneyhill's interchange, those are the same as I use on my '33 Plymouth. You should be able to get them at your local better auto supply store. Here is a link to the NAPA version: https://www.napaonline.com/en/p/ECHCS63A?keywordInput=ech+cs63a

 

My notes indicate that it is (or was recently) also available as a AC Delco D111 or CarQuest EC DR-2227P

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2 hours ago, lump said:

I think I have Standard Auto DR-127 points at home, new in the box. I'll check tonight. What is your exact year, model , and engine, so I can be sure I find the correct condenser for you also. 

 

1932 Chrysler CI-6

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47 minutes ago, Jimmy S said:

 

1932 Chrysler CI-6

31 to 33 Chrysler 6 cylinder is the same application as  that number CS763 I posted, which is the current number - available new at any NAPA or other autoparts store if you ask for the Chevy 48 to 52 6 cyl,...  which is how it's found in their computer system. Same for the cap, rotor, and condenser. Used in several dozen cars and trucks from that era that all use a  Delco Remy 640's series distributors . Yours being a 644.  

 

Paul 

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