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Possible old/bad fuel issues

My 99 Cobra has had some amount of fuel in it since I bought it. I have no real idea of how old the fuel is, maybe 2-3 years. It does smell more like varnish than gasoline. My plan to remove it is pretty minimal, but I think I might get by with it. Once I have the engine in the car, with all grounds hooked up and a good battery, I just plan to leave fuel lines disconnected and turn the key on to pump out all of whatever is left in the tank. Then, change the fuel filter, fill the tank with fuel system cleaner and good gas, and start the car after reconnecting the fuel lines. Thoughts, advice, opinions?


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