Chance are good you will have problems. Some will be immediate and some will be on going as you drive it. Expect brake work, potential brake lines or fuel lines. Anything that is rubber, such as hoses, belts, vacuum lines present questions from dry rot. Anything that is moveable may be seized of very stiff.
I would be inclined to expect this to be a problem child from the similiar long setting cars I have seen.
Before attempting cranking it, shoot some oil or penetrating fluid into the cylinders and turn the engine over by hand to make sure the cylinders move okay.
Friday, March 30th, 2007 AT 6:19 PM