It's a sad, sad day . For the first time, an old car has left me stranded. I have had a '60 dodge, a '66 vw, and now my '72 k5, and the k5 just died as we pulled into a parking lot tonight. Totally humiliating to watch that thing getting loaded onto a flat bed and being towed to my apartment. Kinda a bummer when the fam's only car dies . Thursday, I am going to have to spend some time trying to get it running. I need CK5 to point me in the right direction, any ideas ? Here is what we have to work with: 1. It was raining and had been most of the day. 2. After the car died, all the electronics still worked (headlights, etc.) 3. The starter would crank, and the motor would turn, it just wouldn't fire up 4. FYI I am using an MSD ignition box, MSD distributor, MSD wires, and MSD coil all of which were installed new within the last 6,000 miles. 5. As we pulled into the parking lot, there was a small dip in the road. As we went over the dip, the motor cut out and wouldn't start back up. No sputtering, no gradual stalling, just flat out dead instantly . I haven't had any sort of problems like this with the car in the past, so this is totally out of the blue. All I can figure is that the water boogered up the ignition one way or another. What should I be looking for? I figure I'd start at the spark plugs just to make sure that lack of spark is the problem. What would you do next? CK5 WORK YOUR MAGIC!