Well first thing I'd do, after fluids filters and regular maintenece, regrease everything.
I would drop and drain the tank, I would also disconnect the fuel line and blow it out with compressed air. I would then rebuild the carburator, (it's cheap and will save countless hours of troubles and headaches later. It's also easy unless it's a quadrajet... then you'll never get it right. I only know one guy that can rebuild a quadrajet and make it work. I can make it run, but it wont work, might as well have a 2brl.) If it is a quadrajet and you have never messed with a quad, Take it off and dunk it in carb cleaner whole let it soak for a few minutes then pull it out and blow it out with air. Then hope for the best.
Inspect all bushings especially steering, as well as brake lines, vacumm lines, etc etc.
Before I ever fired it up, I'd go rent a hand drill pre oiler fro mteh auto store, or buy one for about $30. You pull the distributer and slide it in. It chucks up to your hand drill and runs the oil pump with out cranking the engine.
Depending on the climate that it was stored in, with that few miles and then sitting, be prepared for the possiability that every seal and gasket may now leak. Front/rear mains, oil pan, timeing cover, valve covers, etc etc.