Last night I bought a new voltage regulator on the way home from work to try out. Nada. It did not change anything. In fact the car would only turn over and would not fire. I talked to the guy who built my engine and told him what was going on. He told me to check the wires from the alternator to see if any had been damaged. They all looked fine. I remembered that before I changed the interior that i could always hear the fuel pump when I turned the ignition to the on position. Now I could not hear it. So I thought maybe I am not getting any fuel. So I crawled up under the rear of the car and the Holley fuel pump was humming. I guess the sound deadener I put inside the car works well anyway. I checked all the wires to the MSD box and they look fine. I hope I did not fry the box. That is as far as I got last night. Tonight I am going to take the dash panel out again and see if I can follow the ignition wires to see if they were damaged. I also plan to check the transmission linkage to make sure it is all aligned properly as i had to move the Quarter Stick when I was putting the carpet in. I really hope I can figure this out. I would rather have a old wore out interior with a running car than a nice interior that just sits in the garage because the car will not run.