In production cars? no.
But over here, the big three still sale long block crate engines of old families.
Chevy still sales its Small Block, and Big Block (covering displacements of 327cid to 572cid)
Ford still sales its Small Block. (302cid to 351cid)
Chrysler still sales its Big Block Hemi. (426cid and up)
All of these engines utilize a distributor, and are pushrod motors. Most of them make obscene HP.
But long gone are the points and condensors, these distributors all use a halifax or magpulse to fire the coil.
The newer motors by the big three are all COP with Cam and crank sensors, but chevy still uses Pushrods, while Chrysler and Ford have gone OHC.