Toss the old gas and run new through the lines without sending it into the injectors. Toss that stuff too. Either inspect the tank for rust or get it boiled out/cleaned. Flush the brake system and ensure new fluid is going everywhere. Replace the gasoline hoses with new stuff. Dump the tranny fluid and replace that too. Check the power steering fluid and replace if time allows. Replace the oil. Before starting the car, I'd recommend spraying some marvel mystery oil into the plug holes and let it seep in a day or two. Run the starter with the plugs out and let the engine turn over a few times. Replace the coolant hoses. Toss out all the coolant and replace it with new, adding some coolant flush to it. Once the engine is running, keep the flush in there - see the directions on the bottle... my memory is hazy on how long to keep it there, but 200 miles rings a bell.
This assumes the car was parked in running condition. Depending on how long your drive home is, you might be looking at a stuck brake caliper or any number of other issues, including a junked up coolant system, bad engine seals, or more. How far do you have to drive it to get it home?
Good Post in General BUT :
when they sit that long after soaking the Cylinders about 1 week not 2 days First you must turn over the Engine by HAND , Most often by the flywheel with a tool if it moves at all , and / or by way of the Front Pulley Bolt .
Why > Because if you just hit the starter you" can and well " brake the rings when they hit and rust ridges on the Cylinders . Ofter water / moisture gets into the Cylinders causing this . A Open Valve can cause Moisture Laden Air into the Cylinder .
Why > because these same things " Moisture " get into , on to the" valves Guides "in the Heads and if you just " Hit the Starter " things brake and Bend involving the Valve Train .
So What you must do is turn by Hand . if it stops and does not turn then you must turn back and try the other way . back and forth to see if it frees up , if not then more soaking or Valve Cover removal then inspection and direct soaking .
Any sitting more then 1 YEAR this procedure is required unless Motor is properly prepared for long term storage . A Complete involved process .