Thanks so much for everyone’s input.
I spoke to many local people here. What I learned surprised me. Many of the local oil delivery people do not work on the furnances and vise-versa. I finally found someone to come and replace the relay switch and the motor for $380. Ryan came up with an oil tank as well. Total of $580. Still no oil.
There is an additional issue that I neglected to mention. I have 100 amps to play with - total. I had considered someone’s suggestion of other options but was told they would not work because of my 100 amps. At this time I cannot increase the total elec to the unit. This unit is attached to another unit and the 2 units share 200amps. The other unit has an elec heater in it that was tuned up and repaired for $120.
I have been using elec heaters and it has been toasty.
I like some of the ideas you all shared and will be doing more research into what will work within my elec issue. I have tight control over the use of this unit, so I am not too concerned about massive bills. I will also call the utilty company every other week to see what it is costing.
What surprised me more was the cost that most furnance repair people wanted - it was outrageous. I also realize where I am makes a difference. Some reasonable priced repair people would not come out here (it was too far a trip).
Again, thank you - everyone for your great input.
Looks like electric is the way to go for now.