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When you push the gas pedal all the way to the floor, is the engine revving up? Does the transmission engage at all? Have you checked the transmission fluid level? Is it foamy? Do you smell something burning or burnt?
it is your carburetor the fuel float is set to high and probably leaks. If it older than 10yrs old and has never been rebuilt . do that if you want to save yourself a bunch of time and little more money make the investment of a Brand New not rebuilt. if you get the carb manufactor specs matched to your motor , Out of the box, it will be very close to being on the money .
push the accelerator all the way down to the floor and keep it there as you start the car...keep the accelerator pushed all the way down until the car starts and then let off of it when it starts...do not pump the accelerator
If it's puffing black smoke out the tailpipe, it's probably the choke on the carburetor sticking closed and needs to be adjusted, or at very least freed up and lubricated.. Do you know what part I'm talking about? Do you need more guidance?
try this, if the car wont start push the pedal all the way to the floor and hold it ther while you crank. It sounds like you are flooding the car some how. Pushing the pedal to the floor puts the car into clear flood mode and it shuts off the fuel flow. try and see just a suggestion