It looks like the heater core hose is under it, so he will probably spring a coolant leak before it catches fire, which is… just fine lmao.First thing I saw was that fuel filter hovering directly over the exhaust
That's an engine fire waiting to happen. Invest in a proper filter setup, its not $$$
What we did was similar. Grabbed a spare steel line from pump to carb in the junkyard. When reviving an old engine/car that sat a long time, or when fuel issues were suspected, we swapped on that junkyard spare line that was cut with that style filter spliced in up top to watch as a diagnostic. Once we saw what we needed and were done it went back in the box with a solid metal line in place.When I was young we used to use those filters but we mounted them right off the carb with a very short hose, the good thing was you could always see your fuel flow.
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