So a few days ago I made a two day trip - total of about 1000 miles in my '85 308 QV. At one point I drove through some very heavy rains. I could barely see in front of me. Well about an hour and a half or so down the road I had a huge loss of power. The car slowed down on even the slightest inclines. It would sound really rough below 2500rpms. Then, on top of that there was little or not throttle response. The intial thoughts and feedback I got from a Ferrari tech was that the distributor had gotten wet. So, I gave it some time and it never changed how it was running. I fought with it the whole way home. It bogs down badly with low RPMs and would even cut itself off when I came to complete stops. I got it home and let it sit to see if something got wet and could dry out. So far, no luck. When I start it and it will hold idle it seems like it is only running on one bank of cylinders. There is the distinct smell of gasoline when I let it run for a few minutes. This is why I think its only on one bank. What I have done: 1. I have sprayed WD-40 (as suggested) into the distributor vent holes if there had been water in there - no change. 2. I checked electrical connections. I used a connector cleaner on most of the connections I could get to in the engine compartment. 3. I checked out the fuse box - it looks fantastic - almost new. The connections there all seemed to be good. When the car is started and running below about 2500rpms I do hear a clicking/buzzing sound from the square gray boxes next to the fuse box. I believe these are the relays (correct me if I am wrong - I am new to this). Does anyone have any other suggestions for me to try? I have VERY modest mechanical skills, but am not afraid to get around this car for some reason - I see that everything is laid out pretty simply and generally overengineered for the most part. I have LOVED doing what I am doing here the last few days trying to solve this mystery. Part of me would LOVE to be a Ferrari Tech. Thank you for any ideas you may have.