I always see threads were people find an awesome deal on a cool old ride. I've finally started working on my 62 Biscayne so the last thing I needed is another distraction. I can't help but search the web for cars I don't need and this popped up. Went to look at it. It was very reasonably priced but I made the guy an offer that I call "the make me buy it price". I wasn't trying to be a dick but as I said, I really didn't need another car. I now own a 1932 Plymouth Sedan. 327, Turbo 400, 55-64 Chevy rear, and what looks to me like 49-54 Chevy front spindles. It appears to be an older build that someone unfortunately "updated" in the 80's and that's why things are covered up. I plan on taking her back to the 60's with help from you HAMB'ers. First order of business is to get her up and running as-is. It came from a family trust and has been sitting for 12 years. I got the engine to move with the balancer bolt. Stopped there, pulled the plugs, and shot some Marvel Mystery oil in the cylinder's. My first question is: the oil looks clean and gold. Should I change the oil first or fire it with the old stuff to flush any debris and then change it?