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Update on this: Tried just about everything possible suggested. Back to square one, I removed all the new stuff, put the old stuff back on and presto, it started!
That tells me it's in the 50+ year old wiring somewhere. The bad part is, I have no idea where the root of problem is. But at least...
I worked on this for weeks and searched before I'm posting this, as much of what came up in searches, I tried. So I will list this in chronological order and see if any have some wisdom I have not tried:
The car is a bone stock 50,000 mile '69 road runner. The car never had a starting issue...
Thanks. However, shop that built car, guy before me did them. I did a search and does not appear they mfg them anymore. Company was "Streetwires". Looks like they were a car audio wire/cable supplier.
I did find some nice other cables searching for top post battery terminal ends.