After all the input I went back for another look today. Here's what I found. The guy is very open to let me look at what I want. The plugs were all dry although a bit carboned up. I cleaned them up and re-gapped them for him. There's a slight coat of white film under the oil filler cap. Not much at all. The radiator seemed the same level when I first checked it although I measured this time. The level is exactly 3/4" above the core. I didn't want to restart it again just yet. We ran it Wednesday, maybe Thursday, not sure. Is that enough time to let it sit before I crack the drain plug to see what comes out? Hopefully just oil. If there is anti-freeze, head gasket or worse in my future? To be honest, I'm probably just going to buy it anyway. The elderly guy is around 80+ and really needs the cash just for living expenses. I can bite the bullet on this one. Just curious to find out how much trouble I'm getting myself into.
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