If this is a 289/302, there is a port on the back of the carburetor riser for power braked or pcv. It is about 1/2" in diameter. The manifold should have came with a plug. If you do not plug this the car will never start and it is easy to miss as it is on a part of the manifold you don't normally look at. Ask me how I know.
Any spark? Probably a dizzy/timing problem. Or maybe the ignition wires / coil aren't hooked up properly. Did you put the rotor back on?
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Check for spark (and/or power to the Distributor if HEI), All vacuum ports hooked up or plugged, Check the timing and TDC like mentioned above.You can prime the carb by carfully pouring fuel into the vent tube on the top of the carb, it fills the fuel bowl.
Early 1967 Coupe I6 restomod conversion
I6 to 302 conversion (suspension, 8" rearend etc.), T5 Trans, Hydraulic clutch, power brakes, Front granada disc brakes, Aluminum Radiator, Electric Fan, HEI distributor, Headlight Relays, EZwire harness, New fuel tank, fuel lines, brake lines, Restored gauges, Shelby drop to many to list.
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