Towed my '84 Spider project home yesterday, and I'm trying to get it started so I can better assess the work involved in getting her back on the road. When I bought her, she did run for about 30 seconds or so (to the surprise of the seller, who claimed she had been sitting for 8 months) but then quit. Could not restart. Battery voltage was way low, so I recharged overnight. Tried to start, and she ran for about 3 seconds and died. Now, every time I try, she catches, but dies immediately, in like 1/2 a second. Fuel pumps not getting enough power? I measured voltage at the battery, 13.2V (only measured after a few starting attempts), might that be a little low? ....I was alone so could not easily measure while cranking...but I would think this should be enough...battery clearly was not depleted when I checked out the car and has a late 2009 stamp on it, so should be rather healthy. Thoughts?