"I'm debating getting a new coil as I fill the spark was not up to pare."
We don't reccomend troubleshooting on feelings here.
We reccomend observing, checking and verifying.
I think Royse is on the right track; check your points.
This is what a good spark should look like.
It is bluish white and should jump at least 5/16"
It does not matter what all you replaced last year. Points can fail in a few hours or a few years.
Clean and regap your points. Then recheck your spark.
If that does not do it post back.
Do you have a test light or a multimeter?
We may ask you to check the voltage at the coil.
Again, we do do not troubleshoot based on anything but observation, checking and verifying.