Hey you guys. Been reviving a 240 that's sat around for 4-5 years. Ran good back then. I changed the oil, sprayed some fogging oil in the cylinder, and turned it over with the coil loose. All good. I pulled some fuel from the tank and it was darker than new stuff but had no water in it and smelled like gasoline. Got a few opinions and the consensus was should be fine. I tried to start the car and it would momentarily catch and then stop. Tried a couple days in a row - also pulled and brushed plugs in case the fogging oil had fouled them. Still would catch momentarily and immediately every time i turned the key but then stop within seconds. Tried again a few days later - started right up. Figured it was good. Been messing with some other stuff - changing battery, bled brakes. Thought I'd run it up the road this evening but I started it and while it was warming it abruptly stopped. Then it wouldn't start again. It was doing the momentarily catch and then immediately stop thing again. Tried for about 15 min with same result. Gave it a rest for a bit and then tried again and it started right up. Warmed it up and ran back and forth in the driveway a few times - felt pretty good, idle ok, smooth throttle. Then it abruptly died again. Started back up after a few tries so I put back in the garage before I had to push it back. I'm thinking its a fuel issue and I'm probably just going to have drain the tank and replace the fuel filter. Thoughts? There are probably 5-10 gallons of fuel in it. Think I could get it out using the fuel pump and turning over the starter? Probably bad for the starter? Maybe a cheap universal electric fuel pump? Pulling the plug seems like a big and potentially dangerous mess waiting to happen. Also what do you do with 5-10 gallons of "bad" gas? Thanks for any input. Hope everybody is doing well.