Hey guys, I'm messing with a Y block for the first time. Trying to get it fired up, but I have no fuel getting to the carb. The vehicle is a '64 F100 with what I believe to be the factory 292 Y block. I put new fuel in the tank, and removed the sender so I could make sure everything looked ok inside the tank. After cranking and getting it to fire up for a moment with starting fluid or pouring gas down the carb, I removed the line to the carb, and it was bone dry. I removed the feed line to the pump, and it was dry too. So, I siphoned gas out of that line so I knew I had fuel at the inlet side of the pump. Still bone dry on the other side. So, I thought the pump was bad, even though it was a newer pump put on by the previous owner. It did look like a cheap pump. I replaced the pump with a Carter M3528 pump. No change. The fuel line to the pump is not plugged, and there is no pre-filter. There is a new hose and filter after the pump. Any thoughts? Is it possible that the fuel pump eccentric is worn enough to not pump? I cranked it over with my finger over the end of the hose coming out of the pump. It felt like it was trying to do a little bit of something. It kind of seemed like it was too easy to bolt the pump on. Usually when something goes that smoothly for me, it's an indication that something is wrong. Haha. There is an old electric fuel pump still bolted to the frame, this could be an indication of something wrong, or simply an electric pump was installed. I plan to stick a flexible camera in there to see if I can see anything. If there is something else I should check, I'd like to hear about it.