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There is a couple things I would do as previously mentioned. Pull the valve cover and make sure everything is loose. Also, if you pull the valve cover, you can see which pistons are open on the exhaust and possibly intake. If you make your own penetrant like acetone/atf you could pour it down the exhaust pipe and fill the cylinder completely up. Same way with the intake, if you can figure out a way to get the intake valve to open if its on compression, pour something down through the intake manifold to filler up. I would also pull the cover over the connecting rods and spray all of the bearings and maybe some on the backside of the piston to try to work it on both sides of the piston. For light projects I use PB, but for heavy rusted stuff I use kroil or acetone/PS fluid. It's just going to be a game of patience....
 
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