This is going to be a tough one buddy. Reason being, you don't know if those mice chewed up some wires somewhere and if so where at? So did you replace the WHOLE DISTRIBUTOR INCLUDING THE EIM? Elecontronic Igntion Module???? So you have the engine cranking right? It just won't start? Let's try this. If you have the engine cranking as in the starter is working, let's do process of elimination. Get about a 4 foot wire closest to 10gu as possible. Unlplug the BATT wire on the distributor cap. Plug in a wire there are take it direct to the battery positive post. This is hot wiring the dizzy so WE KNOW 100% for fact it has power. If it starts, then we know it's a wiring issue between the dizzy and the ignition. If it still doesn't start, then let's make 100% sure the EIM is good. Either borrow a known good one, or ohms test the one that's in it now. Obviously if it starts with the known good module then we know that was the problem. If it still doesn't start, then it's safe to assume we have a fuel problem, which could be even wiring to the fuel pump.