Hello boys and girls, I have a mystery that I'd like some comments on. Twice now my wife's '73 had failed to restart after she parked in the same spot while picking up some coffee. The car park is off street in front of a shop, she parks nose in at about a 5 to 6 degree upward incline. The first time it happened, (about a month ago) she called me for help, when I arrived she wasn't with the car and had the keys so I proceeded to check all the electrical connections, gave them a wriggle and checked for anything lose - nothing. On her return she put the key in and it started as normal! The second time, this morning in exactly the same car park the same thing happened, but this time she wriggled the connectors and it started again. From her description of it trying to start it sounds like a fuel issue - flooded. Could the incline have something to do with this ? Either causing the left hand master carby to flood the right hand carby, OR affecting a worn fuel cut off solenoid? So after a few minutes the excess fuel has evaporated then it starts. OR is it just a Kombi Dead Zone ;-) She can't remember parking in the same spot before the first time it failed to start, and is not parking there again. Open to suggestions!