Well, I went up north and picked up the boat today and when I got it on the driveway, I figured I'd try to start her up.On the way home, I filled up the fuel tank. So, I turned the key to the on position, went and got the muffs and hose and hooked them up (figured I'd give the fuel pump a chance to fill the new fuel filter). I hopped back in and turned the key to 'start', it didn't want to crank but finally started turning over but wouldn't even try to fire up, it just cranked and cranked. I let it sit for a while figuring that since I fogged it in the fall, the fogging goo had fouled the plugs. Next step, I checked the carb to see if it squirts fuel when advancing to full throttle, 2 nice healthy squirts. Next, I started pulling the plugs one by one (they are the original AC Delcos), each was soaked with fuel, I dried them off and reinstalled them. I then checked the distributor cap, all the contacts were quite corroded so I scraped and cleaned them a bit. Tried to fire it up again and same thing, turns over and over but doesn't fire. What do the guru's out there think my next step should be?? Keep in mind the boat ran like a top in the fall not that it means a lot.