1966 Mustang Hardtop 289 4 Speed
Be careful buying too many parts prior to having your car up and running. I got bitten a couple of times. First on a clutch kit that was just too stiff to use. Had it on my shelf for 2 years before installing it. Next was the Summit carb. I picked it up 3 years ago but didn't drive the car until last year. It had a minor stumble and a bit of a high idle that I couldn't seem to cure. I checked for the obvious vacuum leaks around carb base and intake but all seemed good. Until @pollock mentioned checking the throttle shafts, BINGO! That was the source of my vacuum leak. So I'm S.O.O.L. on that as well. One year warranty long expired. Live and learn. Not a rant, just more of a public service announcement to share experiences.