In my seemingly never ending quest to start my 1980 Spitfire (1500 federal), I finally got a spark to the plugs. (Thanks to everybody who helped with that!) The car turns over (so I know the starter works, making it one of the few things I haven't had to replace... yet), and when I spray starting fluid in the carburetor, it fires, but it won't stay running. It's a new Weber carburetor, so there could be problems there. For instance, I'm not 100% sure where the gas and chock cables should be set. I also have a new gas pump, new gas lines, new gas filter (facing the right direction), new gas tank, and even a new sending unit. I know I'm getting gas to the pump at the engine block, but it doesn't seem to be going to the engine from there. Is that a pump problem, or a problem with the carburetor, or is it Engine Gnomes?