I got an Olds 215 aluminum engine in 1967 and rebuilt it in 1977. The only used parts are the head and block castings. After the engine was built I changed my mind so the 215 has sat for 41 years in a temperature controlled garage. Am now restoring a 1962 F85 convertible with this engine installed. Now for the sought after HAMB advice. Have oiled the cylinders and spun oil pump (80psi) with crank moved every 90 degrees. Do you think this has got lube on the cam lobes/lifters, the timing chain and sprockets, even the wrist pins in the pistons. Keeping in mind everything is brand new, tight clearance, and after 41 years it must be all dripped dry so do you think it is safe to fire it off? Maybe should disassemble and put assembly lube on all the friction parts. Thank you.