My good buddy inherited an exceptionally clean, all original, 1 owner ’66 6 cylinder 3 speed Mustang that has been parked in a climate controlled garage since the early 90s. Unfortunately the engine appears to be seized up 🙁 Can NOT get the engine to move even with 400 pounds of shop gorillas and a 4′ cheater bar.
Anyone familiar enough with old Ford engines to know what he might be in for? He’s more or less resigned to an engine rebuild, but with any luck he can keep the original rods. It surprises me that the exterior/interior show no signs of long-term storage (hell, the tires still hold air!), but the engine is seized.
Anyone seen this type of situation before?