Okay, I'm starting to loose my sense of humor about my 60's quaint carb set up. (and just about everything else, for that matter) These days, I get about two weeks of sweet running out of the damn thing, and then I have to tear the carb down for weird problems...first time, the float was sticking and the accelerator pump was fried. Next, it was running erratically - tore it down, cleaned it all up, put it back together and it ran fine for a few more weeks...then the accelerator pump was acting up again (it wouldn't plunge properly) Pulled it apart, cleaned it up, ran great for two weeks...now the thing stalls out after I drive it at highway speeds. I can dwaddle around town for a bit, and it's all good. Get the motor running above 2500 rpm for more than a few minutes, and it won't idle at all. Stalls out dead. Here's where ti get's f'ing better. Let it sit for a few hours - starts up and idles just fine. Runs like a champ. I'm thinking this time around it's something with the float adjustment - any advice?