I have an '83 Bronco XLT that I use for carrying musical equipment and trips to the Home Depot. A friend's dad bought it new in South Carolina in 1983 and I have had it in Georgia since 2005. Following a recent carb rebuild, the engine seized (possible oil pressure issue after sitting for a couple of months). I followed the most common suggestion for unseizing the engine - i.e. squirting Marvel Mystery Oil into each cylinder, waiting a couple of weeks and then and attempting to manually turn the crankshaft with a harmonic balancer adapter and pull bar. No luck with that effort, so I'm assuming that the engine is shot. I considered selling the vehicle, but thought that I would also look into the possibility of getting the engine rebuilt or even replacing the short block. I do not have a place to do that kind of work on the vehicle, so the job would need to be completed by a third party. Any suggestions for the best approach and possible cost are appreciated.