Ive got a TIII engine that came form a 92 daytona iroc that was burned to the ground. All the plastic was melted on top of the motor but not on the bottom end. The air charge sensor underneath the intake and the crank sensor were unharmed. The aluminum on top was not melted so i know the fire was under 1700 degrees.The oil was clean. The car was found in 2001 and probably didnt have many miles on it. The engine and 568 transmission has been sitting in my shop for about 7 years now and is now in a dodge omni. I took the motor out of storage and put it in the car for mock up of all the parts placement, grinding the places that needed it and fitting of parts (which is mostly done). The motor is coming back out to be checked. What condition will this motor be in? What steps should be taken to insure it wont grenade. Any thoughts on potential problems will be appreciated. It turns over at the crank and cam like it should. All seals, gaskets and the oil pump will be replaced . Balance shafts will come out. Am i looking at flat spots in the bearings, rust in the cylinders due to sitting, and what order does the head bolts need to come out? Let me know what you think.