I have an issue of sputtering/hesitation and what feels like "running out of gas" every time I make a right turn. When I bought the car it would backfire several times and was a little difficult to drive. Once I had the Carburetor rebuilt, it drove significantly better. I was delighted that the fuel issue was eliminated after the rebuild, or so I thought. About the 5th to 7th time driving it, I began to notice sputtering and hesitation on right turns. I tried to duplicate the problem on left handed turns but had no success. However when it comes to right turns, its like clockwork. Last night, while driving straight, pulling away from a traffic light, it backfired badly and blew the muffler out. I'm assuming this is a fuel issue and the best thing is to take it back to the gentleman that rebuilt the carburetor. However, prior to doing so, I wanted to obtain more information and educate myself a little from the all the experienced folks within this forum. Things like incorrect float adjustment, something vibrating loose, poorly tightened screws, etc. or am I way off? Here's an update.... "After taking a look at the distributor, since it was backfiring, I noticed that the dist rotor had a little play. I removed it and squeezed the metal tab a little more so it would eliminate the play and sit firmly on the shaft. The backfiring was eliminated. However, it still hesitates on right turns and if I press hard on the accelerator it also begins to stall as if its sucking air. It will drive smoothly if I feather the gas." Vehicle is a 1941 Dodge Luxury Liner Business Coupe (D19) all original.