Correct Post Location Edition Hi again, all. Long time, no see. My otherwise lovely 1989 GT has been giving me grief lately, so here's what's up and hopefully one of y'all fine folk can point me in the right direction. The car starts up real easy (newer ignition system) but after the vehicle is FULLY warmed up, it begins to stall out and misfire/run SUPER rough. If I apply more than an inch worth's of throttle, the car stalls out and dies. While it's misbehaving, I can limp the vehicle while while being very careful with the throttle, and it can go throughout the entire rev-range while limping. Car sounds like a hot mess while it's misbehaving and lightly smokes for a little while after I shut it off. Smells strong but isn't oil, *maybe* electrical but HOPEFULLY not. I think it's a fueling issue, shouldn't be the filter as that's on the newer side and everything electrical seemed fine. Current theory is a bad sensor/something dumb in the fuel delivery system. Any advice would be fantastic, I wanna get her back on the road! Thanks in advance, y'all.