It looks likeI will be removing and sending out the injectors to be cleaned out. I am also going to use a plastic 5 gallon external boat fuel cell with fresh fuel. Then when is running correctly get the original fuel tank cleaned and re sealed. thank youTo me, this sounds like clogged injectors. I understand your concern with the ECU and AFM and Im not saying that this isn't a problem.
BUT If it will run on starting fluid but not under its own injection, my assumption is that the ECU is sending spark.
Over on the Jaguar V12 forum, many users have had great luck cleaning their injectors with carb cleaner. They pull all injectors off and use a 9v battery (or 12v battery), and have a tube connected to the inlet so that the injectors suck in the cleaner. They attach the ground wire and tap the positive wire on and off for just a second, so that the injector pulls in the carb cleaner.
It is NOT the same as having the injectors cleaned or better yet replaced, but it will show you if the injectors will fire at all. And it will show you if the car will run after the injectors have been cleaned out. My suspicion is that once the old fuel had time to sit in the injectors after running the car, it gelled or maybe it carried rust chunks from the fuel tank into it.