Due to life events I parked my 1984 Mustang GT in a barn about 1 year ago. Didn't do anything special just pulled it in and shut it off. This weekend I had time to go look at it. Battery was dead as can be so I put a charger on it. After it charged I decided to crank it over a see if it would get oil pressure. About the same time pressure came up it fired off. Ran a little rough at first but smoothed out after a few minutes. Pulled it out and let it come up to temp. Brakes were a little soft but the pedal came up after a few pumps. Shut it down checked all the vitals and then went for a ride around the neighborhood. I love my VW TDI but there is no substitute for cubic inches (or Cubic Centimeters for my friends across the pond ) Don't recommend anybody storing a car like this and no I won't be putting many miles on it before a complete fluid change but ,,, to let it sit that long and crank right up let alone be drivable is Amazing.