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The rad fluid and its hoses are all past date. if that is real old stuff might want to be sure its has not went toxic. I would avoid running it if the fuel is say 10 years old if there is any it should be removed. People even pull plugs and shoot in some wd and hand turn just to be sure it turns, free the rings. new oil etc. If you can i on other sitting stuff would see if oil pressure comes up at crank. but they have mechanical gauges. once i see it even just move up a bit. then fire it. On older chevy i have a made up distributor by pass tool that can use a drill to power the oil pump. really should not just toss on to tires and drive it home. bad fuel can cause injector issues and other issues. lack of any one of the fluids under neath could cause a expensive issue. Fix it there? its all basic stuff hopefully.
 
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