Did you try pouring boiling water down in the block thru the water neck? That may sound silly but sometimes the heat from the water will expand the block and sleeves enough to enable you to break it loose. It worked for me on a John Deere model A that sat outside for 20 years and rained down the exhaust. I soaked it for about a week, then poured the boiling water into the block, put a bar on the flywheel and got it to move and I kept working it back and forth little by little until it was free and I got it running.
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