Fill the cylinders with ATF put the plugs back in and then pour ATF down the exhaust pipe. Let it sit a couple days that way. Then pull the plugs out and turn the engine over. If you can rig a way to catch the ATF then that is all that much better so as not to make a big mess. The ATF will free up sticking rings and valves and that in turn will bring compression up a good bit. As for the starter if tapping on it helped it then may need new brushes
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