removed lower sump & upper sump, oil pump, water pump crank pulley. Timing chain & guides. Oil pickup, baffle plate, mains & journals.
The crank doesn't look in to bad condition apart from one of the flywheel bolt treads being knackered ( got a polished & balanced crank to go in) the bottom end shells mains & journals have very slight wear as do the thrust washers.
Main & journal shells will be replaced anyway.
Pistons were removed & still look pretty shiney, just slightly carboned up (nothing a bit of brake cleaner won't sort)
Now for the shocking part, whilst checking the bores it would appear there is a lot of pitting on the cylinder walls. I'm pretty surprised the damage hasn't snapped a piston ring. Unfortunately the damage isn't going to come out with a hone so now I will need to source a new block to accept my 86mm cps as I don't want to go overbore.
I personally think the damage was caused from the engine sitting for a long period of time without a squirt od wd40 down the bores.