Ya, coolant getting everywhere is the tricky part. My shop has drains in the floor for that. Park faxing downhill like a driveway, most of the coolant will drain out that way. There won't really be much left I'm the heater for anyone to notice. When you pull your heater linear to flush it, the stuff that might come out will be grey or brown on color, will look like mud...
Well, I fixed my heater issues. You will never guess what my issues were. After a bit of reading, I figured that I should replace my thermostat with a higher temperature one to help to help the heater and get the car to a warmer temp. Ive heard from a couple people that going up to 195* has helped the car run smoother. I figured for $8 it was worth a shot. Anyway, drained the upper radiator hose, disconnected it, and unbolted the thermostat housing. All I found coolant... no thermostat!
Added that bitch in there and the heater was blowing fire on the way home. Man, how the hell did a thermostat get left out?! Either way, its running great now. We did a compression check, timing, added new points (well single point), and dumped some seafoam into the car. Shes doing good now. Unfortunately its still stalling, but hopefully thats the next thing that gets cleared up.
Ive started a L20b build which hopefully will progress pretty quick. Ive started to amass the parts and will start the build once I have all the pieces. the 20 should be a pretty good bump in HP/torque. Ill have more on that once we get closer to putting it into the car.