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sounds like you have a over heating issue most cars no a days will kill power and shake like this.the computer is like a back up safety tokeep you from destroying the engine.because when you let it set for about 30 minutes or so you can resume driving normal till the temp gets in the red I assume then it will start shaking and big loss of power.have you cooling system checked out to make sure.hope this helps you out.
snapped key into what lock cylinder or ignition switch or do you have both ends of the key itself or not ?
if you have one end stuck in either lock / ignition cylinder you can try using a welders torch cleaning tip kit it contains many various sized brushes and files etc which will allow you to get in beside the broken end of the key and wiggle it out .,,,any parts store should have them ...
try disconnecting vacuum advance tube from the distributor,block it off and see how the car reacts.you may have to do it to both if it has 2 Could also have a vacuum leak somewhere around the intake system