Took out the spark plugs and found that cylinder number 4, on the left side, was floated, full of water
. Now my thoughts are on the connecting rod in that cylinder, as I tried to crank the engine yesterday with cylinder No.4 floated (didn't know)!!! The engine didn't rotate more than few degrees and than blocked, but my fear is the rod might have bent a bit, or any valve, as I tried to start the engine. This remains unknown until I find someone (mechanic) that accepts to work on a 33. Here they hate this cars, and usually they wan't work on a boxer engine, first because they don't know well this cars and second even if they know the 33 they also know this cars are a bit ''tricky'' to work with the heads, as you need to dismount half of the car to work on the heads.
Went around the city yesterday to find the gaskets and I could find only one head gasket for my 33 in a city of 1.5 million people
(you see how hard is to keep an '90 Italian car like this in a country where people just love ****ty German cars like Mercedes, Audi, BMW, VW)
I guess it's not the best way for a 33 to service just one side, but really guys I can't wait to find both gaskets as it will need ages. I hope it is OK to do just one side.
As I have a spare set of timing belts I'm gone put the new ones on the engine ones the head is done.
Any suggestions or advice is appreciated.