Last week my 84 corvette would not start. I had a friend come over and verify that it did not jump timing. So I changed the ignition module and the coil. Turned out to be the coil, so I left bot brand new parts in the car. Then I drove it about 100 miles. Ran better than it ever ran. The car only has 13k miles and the engine was rebuilt at 10k because it sat for 30 years. Having fully enjoyed the 100 mile cruise my wife decided she wanted to drive it also. She claims it was running amazing when she pulled out directly in front of someone. Not wanting to die she gunned it in first gear and when she shifted into second the car died. I tried to start it, she wants to start but sputters. Eventually she shot flames out of the TB. It now sounds to me that it has jumped timing, but is that even likely with such few miles? Could a bent rod or a rod that came off of a rocker cause a no start?