I went through some fun rebuilding a genuine GM HEI distributor that was sourced from a junkyard-a 1982-83 Caprice if I recall....standard 4-pin module type. I thought I was having an ignition problem and thought I'd rebuild it. Well, at the time I had read about people buying new Skip White dizzies for $45 bucks or whatever and thought how in the hell can they be that cheap? Gotta be China distributors....and yes they were so I didn't try one. Instead, (being an ex parts guy at a performance shop in the late 90's when the Chinese crap just got rolling in the aftermarket i.e. Professional Products polished intakes 'member?) I opted to source quality aftermarket parts to rebuild it myself. I had about $160 bucks in it when I was done and here's what I bought and its respective country of origin: HEI dizzy-used, from US junkyard $10 BWD Select Brand module, from Israel $36 BWD Select Brand coil, from Mexico $28 Standard Ignition pick up coil, from USA $18 AC Delco module condenser, from USA (actually an NOS part) $8 Advance curve kit, from Mr Gasket Co-Mexico $12 Adjustable vacuum advance, Crane-USA $16 BWD cap and rotor, from Mexico $32 So I didn't find a lot of US made stuff at my local parts stores but I tried to avoid China first....the modules and coils were the funniest thing, I bet I had the guy pull 4 of them out and each one came from a different country....Israel, Mexico, Singapore....one even said "made in US with foreign material" whatever the hell that means....lol So I tried to NOT buy Chinese sourced parts....and it gets tougher each time I do stuff like this.