I have a Ford 47 Tudor with the 59AB Flathead V8. I discovered coolant in my oil yesterday. Sunday I ran my car for 5 to 7 minutes, no excess smoking, and no overheating. The last time it was run was in January, temp was cold outside and no issues. Yesterday I went to pull the oil dipstick before running it and found that the oil was milky and 1 1/2" above the full mark. I took off the radiator cap and noticed that it was low. Next I opened the spicket in the lower left of the radiator to see what color the coolant was when it came out. It was bright green with no oil deposits. Does anyone have any recommendations for process of elimination? I was going to pull the plugs and later do a dry and wet compression test, but I wanted to ask first.