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seems to be a miss....maybe plug or lead if its that regular.
Plugs....remove, check. If they are cracked, corroded, or covered in thick black soot, clean or replace.
Leads are a bit trickier, I find the easiest way is to swap them off another car one by one till the problem goes away, but i have a few cars to play with.
Somebody else may be able to tell you more.....perhaps a car sparky could test them?
Also, check the inside of the dizzy cap for deposits which could affect it. I had a similar problem with mine, found out the dizzy cap was loose.
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