Ok. Got it fixed and running, took some phone calls and a bit of researching.
First i found i was able to get a Dorman Quick Connect Nylon fuel line repair kit , part #800-060, that has the quick connect that connects to the metal fuel line off the engine , and about 14 inches of plastic/nylon hose line. The only thing is it is straight, so you have to figure out how to slightly bend it to make the fit to the other end of the fuel line. It also comes with a barbed union that you push into your new line and the old line. The only issue with this is its very very hard to push it into the hose ends. You are supposed to dip the ends in hot water to soften the nylon, but how the heck do you get boiling hot water to the end you left attached under the hood! Plus its very difficult to get your hands down there to be able to push them in.
I then found out that Dorman makes a shark bite type nylon fuel line union that pushes OVER the nylon hose and locks it on. They have different sizes, we need 5/16. These fittings got rave reviews! I got lucky and found both these parts at 2 different local parts stores.
What i did next was find a straight spot in the line facing upwards that i cut to attach the union. Then measure up to where you attach the quick connect and cut that line so it fit. I first attached the union to the quick connect out of the car so it would be easier. Its still tight but i read to apply a bit of grease to the ends to help them slide on easier. I then attached the other end to the line I cut under the hood and then attached the quick connect. Nervously i started the car and dam, gas was gushing from one end of the union. I was very disappointed but I checked the union and pushed the ends in tighter just in case they were not in all the way. Sure enough it worked! After starting the car again there was no leak whatsoever, not even a drip! I even reached in and wiggled hose by the union to make sure! I left everything apart and went out a few times to start it up to make sure all was good. Looks like it holding up well! Hope i explained it ok and attached are a couple picks. Thank to the guys who commented before!
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