Hello Ural experts Long story short, I'm trying to bring a long dead 1998 Deco Classic Ural back to life. My father bought it around eight years ago with the intention of learning to ride, but never got around to actually using the thing. I believe it has around 550-600kms total on it, of which all but 50 or so were likely within the first year of its life. Seriously neglected machine. Yesterday I flew home to MN from NC for a week to visit family and friends, and he asked me to take a shot at getting it moving again. While changing its oil, I noticed an irregularly shaped second hole inside the engine oil fill port. It has jagged edges, and does not look like it was put there on purpose. There was a small amount of metal in the oil when I changed it, but no large chunks which would fit this hole. Attached should be two pics (first time attaching images.) Is this something that necessitates dropping the oil pan or otherwise exploring for metal bits? And what the heck could have caused it on a machine with only half a thousand kilometers on it? So far, I've changed its oil, replaced fuel filters, drained/filled the gas tank, and replaced the battery with a new sealed one. The spark plugs look serviceable. I was hoping to get this thing running and drive it around while I'm in town, maybe inspire him to actually drive it himself after I'm gone. Nearest Ural dealer (according to the IMZ website) is south of Rochester, about 120 miles away. I *could* trailer it down if necessary. . . Any thoughts? What sort of mess have I gotten myself into?