Got it out by the scraping method. Thanks for that tip. Saved me tool money to spend on other parts. Cylinder wall looks okay; it's hard to get a decent photo. I'm thinking that several passes with a ball hone might do. New piston, of course. Can't even find the ends of the two upper rings, they're so well obscured.Yeah, scrape the edge off a little bit and pop the piston out with a wood dowel and hammer, it will come out without too much problem. From there, assess the damage and condition of the crank journal, rod and bearing.