Join Date: Aug 1998
Location: Waldorf Md. USA
If the oil on the dipstick looks ok, I doubt that you have a blown head gasket. Make sure that when you start the car that you drive it at least ten miles so that it gets good and hot to evaporate any condensation in the oil. By the way, most manufacturers do NOT recommend warming a car up by idleing for a while. You should get in, start it up and as soon as it has oil pressure, drive it ! It will warm up a lot faster this way and keep the condensation down. Like someone else said, if you are going to start it, drive it.
Hope this helps,
Advanced Automotive Machine
1971 Chevelle "Heavy Chevy" original owner
1973 Z-28 ..one family car...Brother bought it new in 73