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Before you start it up (if you haven't yet) I would drain fluids and refill, and take out the spark plugs and drop in a little oil to lube the valves. If you're not flushing the gasoline, stick some gasoline treatment in too. Bad gas can foul things up. You'll want to replace tires, brake pads, fuel filter (all filters). Check everything thoroughly for mouse nests (including inside the air filter and inside the exhaust and under the dash and carpets. Mice can really wreak havoc on a car sitting over time. I've found nests inside the muffler, inside the air intake hoses, chewed through the air filter, under the dash having chewed out all the vacuum hoses and wiring insulation. Once picked up a free car that was infested with black widows. That was unnerving. I hate spiders. Found them all over. Funny thing was it was a black hatchback.
Still, one with such low mileage is a great find. Fix it up and have fun!
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