I really would like some input from the expert wrench turners on this forum. The scenario is as follows. I own a 1968 Bonney that had a professional top end job about 3000 miles or five years ago. (You can see the bike is ridden very little but will stay in my collection forever.) Lately the bike has been getting very hard to start and makes a gurgling sound when you crank her over. After she kicks she tends to puke a good puddle of oil through the overflow. Of course if you start and run the bike frequently the regurgitation disappears. After warmed up the bike still runs like mountain ape with its butt on fire. There is a substantial oil leak around the cylinder base gasket and one of the bottom push rod tubes has a bad rubber ring contributing to the oil mess when she gets warm. Here are the variables I am dealing with. I have checked the head bolts with the torque wrench and they are within spec's. The bike is already 40 over and with a cold compression check with no oil added to the cylinders reads 125 on the right and 130 on the left. I have a new set of rings on the work bench and all new gaskets for the top end. What would you guys do? Just replace the push rod tube seals and carry a rag or pull the cylinder barrels check tolerances and hope for one more refresh ring job. As for allot of us right now, money is the contributing factor for a bike that is ridden very little and kept garaged with siblings that also need attention. Comments appreciated.