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Check the wire from coil to distributor just to make sure there are no bare spots that could short,specifically, where it passes through the distributor body. If you have power TO the coil, there should be power coming OUT of the coil, unless you have a bad coil.I know,you said it was a new coil, BUT sometimes you get a lemon.
IIRC. a 65 should have resistor, but I am not sure just where it is located nor what it looks like. Some Fords had a ceramic resistor about an inch wide by an inch and a half, or so, long,and I believe they were mounted on the firewall in the engine compartment. As Kornfused said, that is kinda like a lesson in ancient history, but I hope this helps a little. I base my comments largely on personal experience, not on any specific vehicle, (although I have owned more Fords than any other make. Good luck, and keep us posted on the results.
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