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why, idk. Where, well the only way oil could be getting into you cap is if for some reason it's coming up the distributor shaft. I've worked on many distributor vechiles and NEVER came across this problem. But there is a first time for everything.
If it is milky it is coolant due to bad head gaskette.
If it looks like durt oil needs to be changed.
You can also check the oil dip stick fo deposition.
Please let me know if you need more info. I am here to help
Check the inside of your distributer cap, moisture will cause major problems. Start your jimmy and run water over and around your distributer, after awhile turn it off remove the cap and feel the inside for moisture...it might not be sealing right.