Good afternoon! '73 Scout II. 304 v8. Stock carb. I am overwhelmed when it comes to carbs. I will hopefully understand them much better in the future but for now, I just know the basics of how they work. With that being said, I live in Wisconsin and winter is coming (insert Game of Thrones jokes here lol) and I'm concerned that my baby will leave me stranded in the cold of winter. In the morning when I first start the engine, I have to pump the gas pedal 40 times or so and then continue to pump as I start the vehicle and get it to sustain a rough idle. After it warms up, it runs great. When I shut it off, I can re-start the engine with one turn, usually by pressing the gas pedal to the floor and just touching the ignition. The engine is running rich as I can smell the sweet smell of money, er I mean gasoline, constantly whilst driving. I know that Scouts often have cold start troubles, but pumping the accelerator 40 times seems a bit excessive. Could someone offer me some suggestions as to why this is occurring? Thank you in advance for your help!