Got the plugs and wires changed out and it runs a lot better. Three of the plugs were so bad, I don’t see how they were firing.
One plug was broken out of the box, so while I’m waiting on its replacement, I am running 5 new plugs and one old plug (I did at least pick the best looking out of the old plugs).
There’s a coil that looks to be in rough shape as well. Looking at replacing that next. Then, come spring, we are probably replacing the A/C compressor since it won’t hold refrigerant for more than a month-ish.
You still have to let the fuel pump prime before starting it once it is warmed up, but I sneaked and started it twice without doing that. It did take longer than normal to start, but not nearly as long as it used to.