I recently found an Argus C3 at a thrift store, and to my delight inside it was an old roll of Kodak Ektrachrome-X dating from the 60's as far as I can tell. It says "process E-2 or E-4" on the canister. I really want to process it, but I'm not quite sure what to do. I know there's a place in Colorado that does it, but I don't have $50 kicking around "just to see."
I've heard that you can process color film with black and white chemistry, but I'm not too sure about this, so if it's possible please let me know, and also how to do it. I have access to D-76, Rodinal, and also the standard stop/fix/hypo stuff.
I also have a seemingly very old E-4 kit. Obviously, this would be the first choice, but I've heard so many nasty things about E-4 chemistry and I would really prefer not to contaminate my entire darkroom. Also, since the chemistry is so old, I have my doubts about whether or not it's even still good anymore.
So, if anyone has any suggestions on what to do, I'm all ears. Perhaps a color/b+w chemistry combo? I'm pretty clueless about color processing so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a bunch.