Yesterday afternoon, I went to start my '62. Turned the key, and it barely turned over a couple of times, then nothing. Key off and back on, nothing. Started to panic, as I had a meeting to get to. Key on, and motor started turning over very slowly, picking up speed with each 'revolution', finally turning over at 'regular speed". It didn't sound like it was getting fuel at that point, so I gave it some gas and it roared to life. Drove fine. Gauge showed the usual 13.8v as I drove. No issue restarting after meeting or other stops. Started fine this morning. The clock and radio reset, so it appears there was a complete interruption of power. I am trying to understand the cranking process of 'picking up speed' and starting after being 'dead'. Anyone ever see something similar?