A cold engine crank will turnover and start normally. But stop to run and errand or grab lunch…and the warm 302 2 barrell engine will turn over very sluggishly, lke the battery is dying. If you wait until the engine is cool, an easy start is assured but that takes hours! A local repair shop has rebuilt the carb, the battery & cables are new, and the starter works fine when engine is cold. Any suggestions as to the problem?? My local repair shop is out of suggestons. It seems to help a little to hold the gas pedal down on the floor for a warm engine start…but engine still turns over sluggishly when trying to start when warm. HELP! Now If I drive it…I just drive it around town a bit then back home …unless I stay several hours somewhere while the engine cools…but that’s not fun. It is a convertible, fun to drive…and this problem needs to be solved. Any ideas would be appreciated.