After finding all the surprises and needed repairs, I spent about a week trying to decide which way to go with this car. I loved the looks of it and have wanted one for over 30 years, (showing my age). Finally, I decided that a semi body on restoration/driver was what I wanted. No show car, No garage queen. A car to DRIVE IT, LIKE YOU STOLE IT. That was what these cars were made for.The B16 engine smoked and burned oil. The seller stated it just started happening since it had sat for 5 years, but it sounded strong and was driveable with minor adjustments. Being that I've been dabbling with cars for years, I did what any good alley mechanic would do. Changed all the fluids, hoses, belts, cleaned the carbs, new wires, plugs etc. and last but not least, changed the oil added lucas oil stabilizer, added Seafoam to oil and gas and took it on the expressway and DROVE THE HELL OUT OF IT. When I got home (no breakdowns) the engine was running stronger, burning less oil and sounding like I just saved myself a complete rebuild, at least for now. Don't get me wrong, it still burns some oil, but no large smoke trails and from past experience, if I keep driving it, adding cleaners and changing the oil, it might just clear up, if not, I'll drive it till I really need to rebuild it. So I decided to do some cleaning,degreasing, adjusting and painting of the engine and good to go.