It's made by the people that make Ford's harnesses.
(Has a Ford part number on it when I get them, Ford logo on the connectors...)
Top shelf wire, good color coding with numbers.
Ford factory connectors for everything, and no splices to scab them on.
This harness has the correct wrapping for a factory Ford (or Jeep) install if you are trying to fool the emissions geeks...
Two wire install, (not counting the alternator 'Batt' wire...)
For $5 more I'll install the connector for your Delco alternator and the correct diode for it to self excite.
(the connector, diode, solder and heat shrink tubing cost $5, I'm not gouging anyone here...)
If you want the E-core coil connector, that's an extra $15, or you can go to NAPA and order P/N ICC-1.
I suggest doing just that! Use that coil if you are building from scratch!
I have the complete ignition system here, but if you just buy the harness, you will also need...
1. Module, '79 Ford F-150 Pickup with 302 V8 Engine.
2. Dist Cap, Cap Adaptor, Rotor, Same as above.
3. Plug wires, Try a '90 Ford Mustang 5.0 GT, get the good wires...
4. Ignition coil... If you want the canister coil, '79 Ford Pick up, If you want the E-core (recommended) '90 Ford Mustang 5.0 GT.
I have all of this stuff here, but it's all top shelf, and quite expensive compared to the China made discount auto parts store stuff...
Cap assembly (3 pieces) is $40
Coil is $45 (E-core)
Reman dist. with correct springs for power, tweaked by me, with top shelf cap, rotor ect.... $150 ready to install.
Same price for dist. ready to install set up for MSD module, Cap, Rotor, Spring, the works, $150 ready to install.
Racing plug wire retainer, $50 (Very cool! But not necessary...)
Plug wires depend on your application... up to $100.
I pay shipping and I need a distributor core, the other stuff is outright sales.
So many cats, so few recipes...