Thanks JR and Willwren for the input. I need to get serious and get it scanned. When I say cold I meant the engine sat for a while. Had the same problem all summer in 97 degree heat!!
If the car sat a while, you can count on having the bucking, surging until it smooths out and gets going. Ane the more you try to give it gas, the worse it gets. I have to lightly ( and very slowly) give it gas until it gets up enough speed to keep from getting rammed by some jerk in a hurry. 4 blocks down the road and it'* fine!! Apparently ambient temperature has nothing to do with it. Just the engine not running for a while.I have cranked it and waited about 30 seconds before driving off and it wasn't as bad. I'm gonna look for a scan today.
Forgot to mention car has 105k on it.
BTW, I found out why some people hate the look of the back end of the bonnies........that'* about all they see!!! ( snicker, snort )