Please understand, normally we only recommend direct fit parts and OEM type repairs. As far as the points and condenser, no, a crank sensor isn't going to work. Individual cylinder ignition is sparked by the points. The concept of a crank sensor didn't exist then. Please don't take offense because I have no idea what you knowledge level is, but what you are trying to do isn't an easy thing. The entire ignition system will need rewired. The ignition switch itself is going to need changed. Plus, you will need to run power through a ballast resister to drop voltage to around 9 volts to the points and when in the crank position, it will bypass the ballast and provide a full 12v to the ignition on startup. If you run 12v all the time, you will be replacing points every week.
Here is what I suggest. Find an old chilton's manual for. Something like a 1968 Dodge truck. It should provide a schematic for the ignition system. Most parts stores can get them for you or will have them. If they don't, you can order them via a book store like Barns and Nobel.
As far as the fuel pump, I don't like running it to a switch. In the event of an accident, the pump will continue running and that can be dangerous.
Sunday, September 20th, 2015 AT 6:40 PM