I was happy to have nice weather today and decided to drive my Special Edition Subaru converted Fiberfab Speedster the 15 miles to my business. I stopped at the top of my street to top my tank off, it took 4.3 gallons to fill to the bottom of the fill neck. I was happily motoring along about halfway to my destination when the engine died. There was no sputtering or warning just like it was turned off. I also noticed that my temp and fuel level combo gauge glass cover was fogged up from the inside which makes we worry that I have an electrical issue. I still have power to crank the engine over. I think the issue is with the electric fuel pump. You can usually hear it humming when you turn the ignition key on and now you can't. I removed the gas tank cap and turned the key on and can't see or hear the fuel as it returns to the tank either. Regardless, I wasn't going to be able to properly diagnose the car and repair it on the roadside. I called my friend who owns a local towing company. While I waited for the tow truck I was concerned with how we were going to get the car up on the roll back without damaging the car. The tow truck driver is a car guy and loved my car. He spent about 20 mins looking at the underside of my car and figuring out how to get it loaded safely. We had to enlist the use of 4 sections of 2 X 4 boards under the front and rear tires. We got the car loaded and back home in my garage to be looked at later today or this weekend. My Suby Speedster has been trouble free for 4500 miles. I fear the issue is electrical but hope it isn't. I will post what I find in the next few days.