Hey everyone. I have a 76 Toyota Chinook with a 20R, Weber Carb. (Just a Hilux with a glorified camper on the back.) It's had a habit of burning a little water. Occasionally threw a little white smoke, would get water droplets out of the rear, a bit more than I felt was normal but nothing excessive. Would usually clear up. It always ran like a top. Used very little coolant, almost never had to top it off. However, I figured "oh great, head gasket, better take care of that." Took it in to my mechanic about 6 months ago. He called me back, said that a compression test on all cylinders turned out just fine, and he couldn't see any signs of an HG failure. However I did have a corroded-to-poo radiator, so we spent my cash to replace that, instead. The white smoke stuck around for the next 6 months or so, but it didn't really seem to be causing any problems, so I just let it be. Moving on; a few days ago it started blowing a lot more white smoke. It's still not horrendous, but it's at least 3-4 times as much as before, plus a good bit of liquid water. If I let it run on the street I'll have a nice little puddle in about a half hour. It's not ignorable. However, after doing some research and thinking about what my mechanic said: The thing still runs just fine. If I wasn't looking at my rearview I couldn't tell there was a problem. It does seem to be eating up more coolant, now. Oil doesn't appear milky. My first thought was "Head Gasket, now?" But apparently this thing should be running on broken legs if there was a big enough head gasket leak to put out this much smoke; and I would have coolant in my oil? What gives? Water jacket? Any ideas?