Change the oil once and keep an eye on it. The green color may be antifreeze. 'Old' may be right about the head gasket. Who did the rebuild? Was the head and block checked for warpage and cracks? But that wouldn't have anything to do with the low compression. Were new sleeves put in? Has it seen much use since it has been rebuilt? May be that it is just not broke in yet. Hard starting could just be todays fuel. It can go bad in a short time. Always turn the fuel off while running and let the carburetor run dry if it's going to sit for a while. Also a good idea to use a fuel stabilizer.
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