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sounds like your engine is the old v8 with nicosyl coated cylinders they wear badly due to high sulphur content in fuel which eats away at the cylinder walls they lose compression and swithed off or stalled when cold and it wont restart. later engines had cast iron liners check your engine no., to see if thats your problem. have changed up to 4 engines a week a few years ago because of this issue.
If the same fuel is in it try draining and re filling with fresh fuel, if no better to rule out an ignition issue, spray some fuel oil mix straight down the carb throat, if it fires up it is still a fuel issue.