3.2 Mondial: Driving on highway, accelerating hard onto on ramp, something briefly "missed" like a cylinder was not firing but car kept running on the highway, when came to off ramp, car would not hiold idle and stalled, and would not start (cranked, but no sign of ignition at all (flooded?). Towed home. Back home, the car started, but barely holding an idle, gas smell so running rich or a cylinder not firing. Stalls, then car won't start at all. An hour later will start but idles very badly and stalls, gas fumes, etc. Feels like at least one cylinder is not firing. I have replaced distributors, rotors, plugs, coils in the last two years. Checked fuse box connections, swapped fuel pump relay for another of the same type. Engine is getting spark, at least at the couple of wires on the reasr bank easily checked. My hunch was I had a suspect plug wire on the front bank (the connector to the extender seemed loose from when I replaced it a while ago), so I took off the front bank distributor, replaced the wire with an old spare, checked for continuity at the cap for all wires, all seems in order. Still a problem. Here may be a clue. If I take out the fuel pump fuse the car will start and idle well, but then of course stall quickly as it runs out fuel. I put the fuse in, and it would start but rough, gas fumes again. Took fuse out, started (it ran well) and promptly put the fuse back in before it ran out of fuel, and it immediately ran poorly, stalled. Any thoughts on what is going on here? I have been presuming electrical connection of some sort is the problem, but this fuel pump fuse experiment has me confused.