So I've been waiting over 20 years to get this car up and running again....17 of them another person had bought my first car and had it in storage until I bought it back from him. It's a 1979 Camaro and to make the story short, I just picked it up from the place that put the new motor in and got it running. Was driving it home and couldn't wipe the smile off my face until I stopped for gas and the car would not start and had no power at all. Realized the end of the wire for the inline fuse popped off. I jammed it back in and all was good to get home. Since I've had it home for the past 3 days, I have had no luck getting it started since. The inline fuse is running off the MSD 6AL and I really didn't know much about this. It has two 100 amp fuses on it and all that I did was take the one off that fell off, and got it cleaned up and applied the heat shrink to it. Now I have lights and buzzer sound for the ignition but it will not even turn over or do anything. I have checked the fuses inside to make sure they were good, I checked the fuses for inline fuse and nothing popped, I have checked to make sure nothing fell off the neutral safety or that it was not popped off and it seemed good and cannot figure this thing out. The shifter is aftermarket (hurst quicksilver...which I hate and had problems all the way home with it). I am going to switch it out to a B&M shifter. I thought maybe it wasn't getting into park or something but I have messed with this over and over and nothing. I cannot think of anything else at all!!?? I talked to the shop and the guy said he had a little trouble with the radio fuse in the car and that was happening, but I checked this and it was fine. I don't know if maybe I could've blown something else within the MSD or something I am not thinking of. Just thought I would throw this out there and see if anyone knew. I have contacted the shop and they said to call again tomorrow and that they will make sure this does get taken care of, but just trying to see if it is something easy that I am not seeing when I am looking at this. I also will post if nobody knows and the shop does get it fixed to hopefully help someone else out in the future!