Can't remember shit. I got it bad. I just had the whole top end off the SBC in my Model T. It has about 2K mile on it since I rebuilt it. I got it all back together this morning and tried to start it. No go. Not even a back fire. Check spark. Yep, nice and blue. Check fuel at carb. Yep. I have done SBC top ends maybe a couple hundred times over 50 years. I can usually stab the distributor within a couple of degrees, but I figure maybe I messed it up. Re-stabbed the distributor and tried it again. Nope. Nothing. I fooled with that thing all afternoon. Had to put the battery charger on it. Well, after giving up for the moment and sitting in my chair, I remembered that I had shut the fuel valve off back at the tank, so it wouldn't pump fuel out the disconnected fuel line while rotating the engine to set the valves. I had checked carb squirters for fuel first thing when it wouldn't start. That carb had enough fuel in it to give the 2 squirts it gave when I checked it and that was it. I never checked it again! So, I filled the float bowl and turned the fuel valve on and it fired right up. There went an afternoon I'll never get back. Seems the older I get, the dumber I get. Tell me I'm not the only one.