Thanks! From what I can tell, it's a lifelong Georgia car, so it doesn't have a speck of rust anywhere.
The spoiler, from what I can tell, is a F-body unit. However, it lines up and fits on the car just like it's designed for it.
I have no idea what fuel pressure readings it had. I based my diagnosis on the way it was performing---extended start times, and after a hard run (say, 20 miles on interstate) restart, it would occasionally stumble and buck. I knew the ignition system wasn't at fault, and the fuel pump was one of the few items on the car I haven't had hands on, it just made sense that it was the fuel pump.
Turns out, I was right!
Originally Posted by Rocketguy
The thumbnails are present now.
Your car is amazingly clean!
Is that an SSE spoiler?
What kind of fuel pressure reading were you getting before you changed the pump?