Hi folks, newish member. I posted in the introduction section. I have a 65 gto that has original engine. About 25 yrs. ago I brought the heads in to a local guy to have them worked on. Then life started and the car has sat without heads for 25 yrs. When I bought the car the engine had been rebuilt in 1978. It has about 10,000 miles on it. Pistons are .030 over. The cylinder walls are oxidized but not pitted rusty. Two of the pistons are slightly pitted. Should I have someone go through the engine and if I do should I consider having different pistons installed to lower compression so as to run on pump gas. I do have 110 octane gas in town that I can get at a local station. For how long that will be available I do not know. I do not know how much I will be driving the car when it is done.The car will be a driver nothing will be restored to show room quality. Do not have the time or money. It is still in relatively good shape. Another thing to consider is that I have a 1966 389 that I took from a 66 Bonneville that is completely intact and ran great 20 yrs ago when I took it out of the 62 Catalina station wagon that at the time was my wifes everyday car. Could turn that into a stroker. Money is an object. Appreciate advice.