When it breaks loose the rings will scrape a lot of the rust off of the walls and push it to the top of the cylinder where it can be wiped out if the head is off. I usually take a cylinder hone and hone the tops of the cylinder walls so it removes some of the rust before i try to break it loose.Will it be an oil burner? That depends on how bad the cylinder walls are pitted and the rings are worn. If I could break it loose and crank it that"s what I would do. That way you can check oil pressure, listen for knocks, check the hydraulics and etc...
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