You are not clear on whether this is a stock iginition c1983 so I have assumed it is.
You don't show the entire coil cap but the other terminal is the -ve and that green wire in the background should go to it.
The wires in your hand are connected to the +ve terminal of the coil and are Red with tracer.
If you pull out a wiring diagram, or see schematic below, you will see that one of the red wires with tracer goes to a splice for power and the other probably went to the radio interference condenser, which does not appear in your photo. The condenser is not vital to operation, unless you cannot hear a word from your radio that is.
Here is a diagram showing where those wires went. You need to have a fish around lower down below the coil and find the Red with tracer wires that run from the starter solenoid to the bulkhead connector (not the one which runs from the bulkhead connector to the ignition control unit, same colour but no ballast resistor in it).
If you have the right wire it should have a splice a few feet along from the starter solenoid that used to connect to the coil. Make sure you are connected on the correct side (i.e. starter side) of the ballast resistor (the bit of wire soldered into the cable that is 1.35Ohm) if it has a standard ballast resistor ignition as it is possible to confuse it with the splice which goes to the electric choke.
Once you are connected you should have 7V (dim bulb) in Run and 12V (bright bulb) in Start at the coil.
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