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BMW Roundel Weber 32/36 carb problem

My Weber carb is acting strange. It's a 32/36 with water choke on my `74 2002.
If the engine is cold, it starts right up and runs well. If the engine is warm, it also fires right up and runs well. But if it sits for 30-60 minutes, it's hard to start, it misfires, and it stalls out as soon as I take my foot off the gas. It runs that way for about 5 minutes, and suddenly runs fine again. Last time it acted this way, the wire going to the brass dohickey on the side of the carb had broken off. I fixed that last year.

Much thanks for any advice you can give to help.

Seth
`74 2002
`83 320is
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Would you be interested in selling it?
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I am thinking of selling it. It's a good daily driver, but I have six other cars,
and have no room for it in my garage. eMail me at sethwww@comcast.net.

Seth
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I just emailed you.
I am just down here in lancaster. So, not too far.
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