My gut says yes, but before I gird my loins for a head gasket replacement, I thought I'd ask the consensus of the experts (non-experts please keep your respective traps shut). Car is an '01 RT/10 w/ 57K miles. It's been sitting at the frame shop for the last two months while I waited for them to do the damned structural inspection. I know they moved the car at least a couple of times for really short sprints without letting it get up to temp while they moved it around the shop. I just fired it up today for the first time since I got it back from the shop, and I noticed a large amount of white steam from the tailpipes, even after I let it get up to temp. Checked the oil and its milky. I know... I know... all the signs of a blown head gasket, but... I read that a long time sitting may allow condensation to gather in the pan, but what about the steam? Input greatly appreciated. That having been said, if (and only if) I do need to swap the gaskets, how big a job is it and is there anything else that I should be looking to inspect/replace/upgrade at the same time?