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Your question Re: 350 Chevy
Your issue is a common one. Small and Big Chevy are the same when it comes to Cam/Distributor drives. Broken gear teeth, broken Camshaft or sheared pins. The most common is a sheared pin or broken gear teeth on the Distributor shaft. The camshaft has a fixed gear machined onto the Camshaft that can also break. Broken teeth on the Cam is common if whoever rebuilt the engine before did not clean it properly, it just takes ONE hard particle to pass thru the gears to break them. This will result in a complete tear down due to metal particles within the engine that can cause damage to other parts of the engine that must be removed..
After tear down, you should open up ALL oiling and cooling passages, have the block tanked and blast them out with a high pressure washer(HOT) to clear particles then install new plugs and would recommend using screens. Oil drips down from valley to lubricate the Camshaft and metal particles can follow causing this problem.. You may hear many different stories about this so be wary, don't always believe what you hear. I have built many HP engines over the last 40 years..
This "is a common problem" for people who are inexperienced in re-building without properly cleaning the block or just do a cam replace. Any TOP tear down(adjusting valves, valve jobs, rocker, lifter or rod replace) can cause particles to enter the engine. I would not recommend just replacing the cam due to metal particles still present within the block, cleanliness is a must.. A TOTAL tear down is required...
I hope this is helpful for you...