I'd start by looking at the choke.
It has a brand new choke that I have already adjusted and works perfectlyI'd start by looking at the choke.
I have already taken the top of the carb off and checked it. everything is where is is supposed to be. And the jar thing is a good idea. I will try it. I can also post some pictures in the morning.It sounds to me like it might be running out of gas. Like the carb bowl has enough to get it started, but then it can't keep up.
I'd unplug the hose from the carb and run it into a jar and then start the car (or at least turn it over) and see if it shoots a good amount of gas out into the jar.
Maybe change the gas filter again.
And pop the top of the carb off (assuming it's an 1100) and check that the float is ok and the needle valve's adjusted and the seat's not gummed up.
Just so we all know what we're looking at, what kind of carb do you have and what kind of gas filter and fuel pump, etc? Everybody like pictures too if you can grab some.
yes if i press the gas it will run, but misfire badly.Can you "goose it" and keep it running until it warms up?
I vote vacuum leak, weak spark, improper spark advance/advance curve or a combination. Got pictures of the carburetor, from the passenger side with the air cleaner removed, and the distributor breaker plate, with the distributor cap removed?
^^^^^^ +1WTF is the fuel filter to the LEFT of the carb hooked to??? '65 fuel pump should have an attached canister filter and steel hard line to the carburetor. Also check that you're not sucking air into the hole in the intake manifold spacer directly below the carburetor mounting nut you can see in the photo.