The top end and bores might be a little dry.
You can tip a tiny bit of oil into each cylinder and let it seep into the rings. It's a good time to check/gap the plugs..
Crank the motor without any fuel.... this will get oil freshly up to the top end and "prime" the oilways before you start the car at higher rpm. Disconnect the fuel pump relay first though, so that you don't flood the engine.. then give it a few cranks at a time for about minute or so.
You can have a peep at the air filter (make sure there's no mice in there) and the belts in case they perished a bit... I'd change the cam-belt once you have the beast up and running again anyways..
Check hoses and fuel lines in case they perished a bit and are leaking after the "dry" cranking.
If the tank isn't very full, stick a couple of gallons of new petrol in there, so that it boosts the old petrol... but otherwise, all you need to do is put the fuel pump relay back in and fire the beast up.
When it's running make sure there are no oil or fluid leaks (or petrol smells in the engine bay.. fire can be exciting but might ruin the paintwork, so best avoided