That reminds me that it's currently sitting with some in the cylinders. The spark plugs weren't looking too pretty. I'll be going out to see if I can get the motor to turn tomorrow, so here's hoping.Pour some Marvel mystery oil in each cylinder and let it set for a couple of days, then put it in 2nd or 3 gear and rock the car back and forth. If it moves you’re in business, pull the distributor, change the oil and then prime the motor with a drill motor. Change the water pump, thermostat, hoses and belt. Replace the clutch master and slave cylinders, replace brake master and upgrade to dual circuit if it is still a single master system.
I just did this to a 1970 40 I bought, it had been sitting since 1985. I had to replace the radiator and clean the block as well.
Good luck with your build.
The F155 was the last iteration of the 1F, but it's still definitely a 1F, I'm afraid.On the bideo of your engine I saw a 155 sticker on your valve cover. I think that means you already have a 2F. Check your engine number over your starter. But yes, the 2F and 1F can support the same 3 speed or 4 speed bell housing.