Join Date: Mar 2019
Location: at the snow white beaches of north west florida...or in the shop, but never on the couch. possibly playing pool.or eating
IT'S GONNA NEED A MOTOR.....or cylinder head& timing chains...probably cheeper to put a motor in it and probably better too. no compresion is, holes in pistons,valves bent, valves hung open..possiably timing chains broken, jumped timing,it's a mess. I would put a compleate engine in it.rather than trying to fix it unless you have a wadd of$$$ and plenty of tyme.( if it were mine I would then after driving with new motor I would tear appart the old motor and play with it....good luck, dont be skeered of used motor,just try to get a fairly low millage unit.