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Awesome! Thanks for the lead Andy! I'll have to take a look and see what all they have.
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George W came over today and he climbed under Mr. Black and managed to get the engine to move a bit. This after the Marvel sat in the cylinders for a few days. We cranked it with the battery and it spun nicely. So we buttoned up the motor and put the cleaned plugs back in. The firing order was way out of whack! The story I got was this car was taken off the road in '91. Hmm. Wonder if that is the reason why? We got that right and hit the key and gave it a shot of starting fluid. Fired right up. Did it again and again it fired right up. So we squirted some gas into the carb (which last week was so rusty, nothing moved) and it ran for a second or two did that a few times and decided the carb needs to be rebuilt so off it came. But I am very pleased that it ran and ran well. I have to pull the tank because we pulled a vacuum on the line from the tank so the sock is probably clogged with crud. New float assembly on order.

So it was two steps forward!

Thanks to George W.

Later!
Mr. Ed
2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo "Gwendolyn."
1978 Concord Sport coupe "Mr. Black".

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Your welcome Sean!
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