Not sure if this is the right section to stick this or not but maybe yall have some insight. 74 Dart. stock slant six. not sure the carb or ignition ive got (only had this car about a month now!!) but ill add some pictures of those just in case. now that its cold my car will crank, fire and run for about a second and then die. it does this three times every morning until it finally catches and stays running. a previous owner installed a manual choke on it (that i eventually wanna get back to automatic choke) but half, full, none, or quarter choke doesn't seem to change this three times to actually run routine. I've also tried giving it a little gas, same thing. ive tried giving it a LOT of gas, same thing. I have two carb'd motorcycles and am used to carbs and how to keep things running but this three times to start routine is weird to me, almost like it just isn't getting gas or something, but it obviously is because it stays running after the third start. it wasn't happening at all during the warmer days. and once I start it in the morning its fine throughout the day even when i park it at work for 8 hours. ill be putting it in storage for the winter so it's not an urgent thing, but i don't wanna kill my battery trying to start this thing. I do plan on getting a carb rebuild kit over the winter once i actually figure out which carb this is. it is (and will continue to be) my daily driver outside of winter. for reference it dropped down to -10C over night and was -4C this morning and it was the same as always. here's a photo of my carb and ignition just in case it matters. Thanks for any help!!