Need help on buying a Puch

Hi, I really want to get a Puch and I know a guy selling one but he believes the cylinder is seized. So I was wondering if that can easily be replaced?

Pretty much how hard is it to get a busted old raggidy Puch that is not in working order back to its original working condition? Is it possible for someone such as myself with a little knowledge of how engines work?

I think I can do it with simple how-to guides.

Thanks guys

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