I would take the engine apart. You may just need to polish the crank and install new bearings. One son had an old Dodge Dart with the slant six in it. The oil pump drive sheared one cold morning. HE was letting the car run and warm up. It locked up tight. We pulled the motor. The connecting rod where not even hurt and the crank had the old bearings stuck to them. I scraped the old lead/babbit off the journal and took emery cloth on a flat file to work the high spots off. I then just polished them with the cloth wrapped around like normal. Put the engine back together with new bearing and new oil pump. Ran fine. The son drove it all through collage. HE sold it to another guy that drove it for years to work.
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