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Old 08-09-2018, 10:02 PM
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Thanks guys! She is on the road again, although I may have lost my buyer, I am not sure. He has 200 reasons to come back and let me know, I imagine he will just take his deposit back and that is okay.
What did you do to get it running again?
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What did you do to get it running again?
Added SeaFoam and banged on the carburetor.
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Don't forget the drive it. Put 10-15 miles or so on it to let the moving gas and additive a chance to clean out the varnish. Which was the problem.
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