Hi - I'm new to the forum, so I'm looking forward to learning all that I can. I inherited my father's prized blue/green 1987 Buick Regal T-Type not too long ago. Before the car went into storage it was in perfect mechanical condition, and the body/interior are still pristine. (You could literally eat out of the engine bay without touching a spec of grease/dirt/oil/whatever.) He was an extremely meticulous man that kept every receipt, and even the old parts that were replaced. Unfortunately, I haven't had the space or the time to bring it to my home until now so it has been sitting sealed up in a secured garage for several years. Aside from flushing ALL the fluids (including gas), replacing the battery (and possibly tires) , are there any other precautions I should take before starting it for the first time? The last thing I was to do is blow the turbo since it's been sitting so long, or something else unforeseen. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!