Hey Brent79 sorry to hear about the bad news.Have you got access to some ramps or trolley jack and some stands??If so get it up in the air then get underneath on the drivers side with your head towards the front of the vehicle look up to the left in behind the exhaust manifold,this is the side of the block that has the welsh plugs for cooling, there should be 5 or 6 and one at the back in behind the bell housing( can't get to without the bell housing moved) the other side ,passenger has smaller welsh plugs and these are for oil.If you can't see any stains from these welsh plugs on the drivers side then look at the seem between the head and block for any signs of corrosion or coolant starting to bubble.In your case there should be a big stain evident.Could be possible that you have a broken head bolt.Remove the rocker cover to check all head bolts.
What happened once you have filled your car up with coolant did white smoke spew out of the exhaust this could be a blown gasket between 2 or more of the cylinders.
The smell could be mistaken for an engine cooked.A cooked engine has that smell about it, smilliar sometimes to burnt rubber.Its actually the oil being cooked.Remove the filler cap and have a good sniff.If it stinks really bad "like rubber but worse" then it could be big bucks.Hopefully not though.It might be a good idea to take it to your local mechanic and have him carry out a pressure test of the cooling system and have a CO check for blowen head gasket.
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