if it just had a throw out bearing put in, then it was probably split to do it. i'd would re-check all the wiring to see if something is pulled loose or pinched, especially from the ignition switch to the coil. if its a 12v, check the ballast resistor for damage. also check the distributor where the small wire from the coil goes thru the housing to the points. there is a little bakelite type grommet in there, and if its cracked, it could be shorting out. i am leaning toward an ignition/electrical problem. posibly condenser or coil. also, check the distributor shaft for side to side movement, it may have worn bushings in there. rotate the engine till the points close, then wiggle shaft side to side to see if there is enough slop to vary the point gap.
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