I was still not happy with how the car is working so yesterday I decided to take off the carb again and inspect myself alone in my workshop. Also I wanted to read the exact model markings on the side of the base. I left all the settings as they were and upon moving the throttle linkages I noticed there are times when the throttle stop screw does not touch the lever. At this time the opening of the butterfly on the primary throttle shaft is open the thickness of a folded paper and also at this point the choke is closed. Is this normal. When I turn the linkage again it touches the stop screw. is there something wrong there which is causing the problem on idling. I tried to follow my Morgan workshop manual but have not managed to identify what could be wrong. My carb is a Weber 32 DGAV. I left the auto choke pipe connection with the three screws on the car.