You can get everything you need to make plug wires at Napa. All you need is the metal core wire that you can buy by the foot and the following.
90 degree metal elbow connectors
90 degree rubber boots
straight distributor end metal clips
straight distributor end rubber boots
Spray your wire and inside your spark plug boot with WD40 and slide the boot onto the wire. fasten the metal clip on and slide the boot over it.
Do the same for the distributor side. I found that a tool for crimping TV cable ends on works great on the plug ends. I stick a small drill bit in there before I make the crimp and it makes the crimp tighter.
Don't cut your wire first. Just do the plug end and stick it on the plug then you'll know exactly where to cut it to fit the distributor. It's a good idea to have a few feet on hand with extra ends in case you need to make one up in a hurry as you found out.
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