Engine and transmission are removed in one piece with the help of my brother. I was quite an easy job, except the crane was a bit uncooperative due to not enough hydraulic oil in the reservoir ;). Nice job bro!
Placed the engine in an engine stand. The engine will not require much work. It has been overhauled completely some years ago so I will just do some small jobs. New paint, new freeze plugs (one was leaking), new water- and fuel pump, some new packings and seals and maybe some new hoses. During this time they replaced the original B18 engine (this 1800S was originally delivered with a B18) with a B20. This is a B20 with an E head (you can see the capped off injector holes). This engine has a bit more power due to bigger valves and more compression.