I'm going to go look at a 87 F350 that's been sitting since 97! It's a cab/chassis truck, 6.9 IDI 2wd. From what I've been told, it ran when parked, is low mileage and had all the maintenance done but hasn't been touched since. Obviously before I drag this puppy home I want to make sure its going to be worth the effort. My plan is to check all the fluids for contamination and try to take a fuel sample before even moving it. If the fluids look acceptable, then I'll bring it home. After I get it home (if I do) I plan to change all the fluids, throw in some new batteries, pull the glow plugs and see if I can get compression, fuel pressure and oil pressure. Which brings up my main concern. What should I do with the fuel, if there is any? How can I tell what the inside of the tank(s) look like? What steps am I missing?