Hi - newbie here, both to Commodores and this forum. No idea if this is the right area to post in... fingers crossed. I bought a VK Commodore recently, with a fairly tired looking 202. It was missing a bit, but ran really well under power, was a lot of fun to drive. Today, when I stopped at lights, it stalled when I tried to move off. It started OK, but wouldn't even develop enough power to move the car. Anything more than idling was pretty much a no go. Eventually I managed to get the revs up, and bounced it across the intersection, and it ran a tiny bit better; well enough to limp to the panel shop I was taking it to (about 1km further). Now I can sort of move it, but only by getting the revs up high and dropping the clutch. More info: - 1986 VK Commodore - Rodeo 4wd chassis - Stock 202, no smoke, oil leaks everywhere - 4 speed manual - Off the road for 10 years before I bought it - Drove fine for a few days Any hints? The car is at the paint and panel place now, so I can't fiddle with it, but they'll be annoyed if they can't move it easily, so I might have to go back and see what I can do, or even take it away again. I don't want to do that, I want it tidied up!