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I know after I worked with one that had sat for 5 years, the water pump had gone to crap (or was when it was parked there -- leaked like a sieve when water was in it), and the gas tank had to be removed and cleaned, the valve to the sediment bowl was plugged with dirt, all the fuel lines were nasty, the air filter was gunky, the air hose between the filter and the carb had rotted, and the carb itself was full of varnish crap that needed cleaned out and the float was bad.
So... If you get lucky, not all of that stuff. Provided nothing is stuck in the engine compartment, of course, which is even worse.
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