The way the weather has been, I'm starting to get pretty excited about making my '89 ready for the road. While I contemplate the wheel-n-tire situation, I am considering other mechanical service issues. I have not inspected the brakes (bought, drove 50mi., then to storage). 31,800 mi. on the car, on original GY's, muffs, tune up, ect. I therefore at this mi., expect to put pads on the car at the very least, should I completely replace the brake fluid? The car was always garaged and not driven hard that I can tell (older woman owned the car) but the calender age of the fluid bothers me, am I concerned when I shouldn't be? Based upon the same criteria should I repack the wheel bearings? A tune-up w/new wires and hot coil is a given, as is a trans. fluid/filter change. It's not the miles, but rather the age of the car and the fact that it was driven very little in the last 10 yrs.(God bless that lady, she was very nice and loved that car) that concern me. I will keep this car because I will never find one this clean, tight, and orig again for the $. By the way someone mentioned in another thread that whipped GY's ride like marbles, marbles are round , lets say rocks!