The car was acting strange. It would run along fine and if I tried to accelerate it would hesitate. If I really got on it, the carburetor would backfire and the engine would near cut out and I had to take my foot all the way off the gas. I was thinking the ignition, or the carb were either bad or needed adjusted, possibly a timing thing. It is an old AVS 4682 Carter that was rebuilt and I did put a new ignition box in, as that was a former problem. One of the wires was sliding off the distributor at one point as well but solved that issue. Knocked myself out on this and decided I had exceeded my pay grade, finally brought it in to a real mechanic, one who specializes in Mopar and the guy who did the heavy lifting on my rebuild. On the way over, it died, wouldn't restart. Had to have it towed the last mile. Diagnosis-Bad Fuel Pump, never in a million years woulda guessed. This is why I shouldn't touch stuff, sigh...………..