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|I used a facet fuel pump (http://www.amazon.com/Facet-FEP42SV-Electric-Clamps-Fittings/dp/B0716LFMJ5) that worked well for about 100K miles. For the past couple of years I have had a Mr Gasket version that also works, bought because that was what the local parts store had in stock.
Caution: In my car I have the standard fuel system setup that includes the bleeder valve sending a steady stream of fuel back into the tank. With this and the MR Gasket fuel pump I am getting a steady 3PSI at the carbs when the engine is running that drops to zero PSI in a few seconds when I shut the engine down. With the bleeder line blocked off I get about 4PSI when idling dropping to 3PSI at full throttle. Also, when I shut down the engine, the fuel pressure stays high for a long time and I get fuel dripping out of the front carb after a few minutes. My guess is that the fuel pressure has to leak out somewhere and the leakiest spot is the needle valve going into the Strombergs, which I think are metal-to-metal contacts, which are reliable but not as leak proof as metal-to-rubber.
You can also check out the Moss Motors web site (https://mossmotors.com/), which has several fuel pumps and a pressure regulator which should be compatible.