I'm looking at getting a 65 Ford Mustang back on the road after nearly 7 years of sitting in a moist garage. I'm under the impression that the previous owner did some amount of winterization before storage which included removing the spark plugs. However, beyond this I do not know what else was done. He was a car mechanic that passed away and I recently bought the car cheap as it is in great condition ( beyond the neglect of having the car in poor storage conditions for such a long time ). What steps do I need to take in order to bring this great car back to life? I have been told the car is old and shouldn't be driven in poor conditions or excessively, but I feel that such a car should not be stored away all the time and rather driven whenever possible. Is this a conceivable idea and/or what improvements should be made in order to make it so? By the way, I would truly like to work on the car myself so unless it is something I could not possibly do myself please do not just tell me to take it into a shop. Thanks!