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This doesn't really sond to me like a charging problem

Sounds like your lights (which shouldn't require the ignition to be on) and the ignition circuits are both involved I'd concentrate first on the power wire coming into your fusebox. A loose or bad wire there would produce both those symptoms.

Not sure about a 72, but if the fuse panel power lead originates at the starter solenoid, (connected to the large post, usually behind the battery cable), I'd check there first. That terminal end takes a lot of abuse during starter changes.

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