Thinking that the lack of oil might have had something to do with this ...
Photos from Cliff Overton's post
Hit it with some wet & dry. It'll be OK :-)
I reckon this engine seized at a very young age - everything from the barrels down is like new.
Need new rings? If it's std I got a set I never used. That's if it's still std
Yes please Gavin Canute
Cliff what happend with the surface ? should look like this
Wire brush on bench grinder?
Brass wire brush in the drill
a glass plate and valve grinding paste to do the job
Brass wire brush lightly applied to take the baked on crap off - then "paste and plate".
the head work on the pic was done by a pro but when i keep the surface clean with a wet stone sharpener. i also use it for the crank case surfaces , works fine. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Whetstone-Cutlery-Two-s ided-Whetstone-Sharpening-Stone/23848366
Yeah - I will probably send this head and cylinders out to the same guy that just did the last set for me - he got them nice and flat
new cam and lifter plus check valve lash
Er - yes. Obviously.