1965 Fastback 347 Stroker, Whit Smoke Out Of Left Exhaust?

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    Hi, I posted on the other board and that must be wrong so... I was driving sat and noticed white smoke from the left pipe. Upon inspection theres oily residue on bumper and back of car on that side. It tastes like coolant so I figure head or intake gasket. There are alum heads on the eng. So any ideas? I dont want to change the intake and discover its the head, do both?? Should I have the head machined to make sure no warpage?? It never ran hot or got over 195°F. Im relearning this so thanks for any help, opinions or ideas. thanks Mike
     
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    Drain the oil to see if there is any coolant in it. Stop tasting things you find on your bumper.
     
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    cant help it every since I backed into that taco stand..
     
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