I had the strangest thing happen this week. My wife decided we needed to enter my 71 in the local July 4th parade. The last time I started it was in April. I went to the "Mud in Yer Eye" event and it ran perfect. Go out to start it up and wash it before the parade Sun and it won't start. OK, gas, air, fuel, should start. Poured some gas in the carb and nothing. Check for spark, no go. I happen to have a rotor and cap in my "trail box". Change both, get spark, more gas in carb and it finally starts. Great ready to go. Not so fast. I get about a block from the house and it runs out of gas. Sits for a few minutes, try again and it starts. Start heading the block home and it is starved for fuel again. Get the wife and we drag it back home with a tow strap. I pull the fuel line and no gas comes out but the tank is half full. If you remember I changed the fuel pump back in July. I get frustrated and call it a night. Go back out Monday evening after thinking about it for the night and I remember there is a fuel return line on top of the tank. I have a rear tank and there is not much room between the tank and floor. I grab my flashlight and see the return line has come off the tank. Spent all evening Monday dropping the tank skid plate and fuel tank. Put a new hose and hose clamp on the return line and put everything back together. Pour a little gas in the carb and it starts up and runs great. We ended up making it to the parade and had a great time. Pic off mine and a really nice Jeepster that parked behind me after the parade. The criteria was the vehicle had to be 30 years old or older. Lots of Classic muscle cars but only 1 other Jeep. My wife has a video I am trying to get from her of my friends 1968 GTO, his brothers 1968 Gran Prix and my junk.