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1985 bronco 11 engine blow by.....2.8 v6

Mild to medium white smoke from tailpipe, while driving oil is blown up through the oil dipstick also oil is being blown out of valve cover into the carb. someone please.....if anyone has any "quick fix" ideas other than the most obvious being rings n valves give me your input.  any and all responses will be greatly appreciated

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