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Unless I missed this somewhere in the thread, did you try pressing the gas peddle to the floor, holding it firmly down while attempting to start? This will add more air to burn any excess gas if infact the engine is flooded.

Flooding is a common problem with this engine if only turned on for less than a minute, generally when it is fairly cold out. It has happened to my car several times, like right now! My dad moved the car for a few seconds on Saturday to shovel the driveway and it wouldn't start for when I needed to go to work today. The fuel cutoff proceedure didn't work, as described above but I'll try again in the morning. Even before I owned it, it had to be taken to a mechanic at least twice to dry out the cylinders. Same issue with the other B13 we have also.
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