Well it was a bit of a dodgy day weather wise But I went out in it and fitted the battery, checked the oil, then turned over the motor for the first time since I had it out for the big clean up. I disconnected the coil till I was sure I had oil pressure and was happy that the light came on then went out after a bit of winding over I checked the fuel filter and that had filled and I could smell fuel near the carburetors so I was pleased that I had the fuel pump lines on the right way and the pump was still good. So I popped the lead back on the coil and was expecting it to try to fire a bit but nothing I started doing some checks about to see if I had missed something and there it was I had left the points unplugged in the distributor when I had it apart to clean and adjust it So with this plugged back in I gave it another go then this happened https://i.imgur.com/9YcI0vx.mp4 Not sure if that link will work or not but away it went. There was a bit of smoke for a bit because i had it on it's side a couple of times and it still had the oil in it but it settled down as it warmed up. I was pretty happy for the way it started and was running as I had had everything off it and most things were pulled apart and reassembled. Once it was warmed up I set the timing with a timing light and it run even better again so very happy here as I did a lap of the drive way and got to put it in the warm shed and out of the drafty and wet carport.