As far as I know it is not possible for the crank pulley to be at TDC(0 on timing plate) and have the number one piston be at the bottom, it is not possible, so you are not on the same page as the rest of us.
Pull number 1 spark plug and put a screwdriver in the hole and turn the crank by hand till the screwdriver doesn't go up any farther, now when you look down at the crank pulley the notch in the pulley should be close to TDC(0) on the timing marker plate on the front of the timing chain cover like in the photo below, it is a very small notch on the pulley but you need to find it.
Once you have the crank at TDC then pull the distributor cap and look at which spark plug wire post the rotor is pointed at, that is number one post that goes to number one spark plug, then around the cap you go counter clockwise 1, 3, 4, 2, it will not run any other way where is it derivable.
Now if the cam is not timed correctly you may be able to get it to run but it will not be derivable on the roads/freeways as it will barely move under it's own power.
I once bought a B210 for cheap, the guy had not timed the cam correctly and it would barely run, I took the front of the engine off and timed the cam correctly, I put it back together and it ran great.