Rob; It is entirely possible. If the engine is stuck, try this, remove the spark plugs,then fill the cylinders with Auto trans fluid, replace the plugs hand tight and let soak for a few days. This should free it up.Before you try to turn the engine, remove the plugs, LIQUIDS DON'T COMPRESS, so be sure the plugs are out so if the engine turns the atf has some place to escape. This has worked for me many times, and will lubricate the cylinder walls and rings. Hope this helps you out. DO NOT force the engine to turn, you can break the rings, if it won't turn, let it soak a while longer it will. Be patient it took awhile to sieze, it may take a little time to free it. P.S. Once it turns over it will most likely start. Install new plugs and give it a go.
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