belts, hoses, fluids the standard stuff. Fuel will prob be the biggest problem, if the tank is all gunked up and or rusted then you will be fighting fuel supply problems. More on that later.
plugs out, squirt in some oil, leave the plugs out
valve cover off, put some heavy oil, assy lube stuff, on the cam lobes
Read up on what Oil to use in the crank case.
as mentioned see if you can turn the engine over manually.
Rig up a remote starter or just use the key and have someone turn over the engine (again plugs out) If starting with a key rig up a way to deal with the spark from the coil. I generally just unplug the center lead from the distributer and place it near a ground so the spark has some where to go.
if it sound ok look for oil to come out of the camshaft lobes OR out of the oil tube the shoots oil at the cams, not sure which was used on you car. The idea is to see oil actually flow to the cam lobes, this is the end of the line for the oil, so when you get it there the system is fully primed. Make sure you see oil coming out of ALL the holes, it may not come squirt out of the oil tube but should at least dribble out, with the engine running it will have higher pressure and be fine as long as its not plugged up. this may take several seconds maybe 30 or more for the oil to circulate and show up at the cam lobes.
Now that the engine turns over and is getting lubricated, deal with the fuel. 1st unplug the fuel line from the filter to the fuel rail, stick that line in a jar and see if you get any fuel flow when cranking the engine with the KEY.
Replace the fuel filter and try again. most likely you will need to clean the tank and blow out the hard lines with compressed air, but if for some reason you get a good amount of fuel going into the jar, then just hook the line backup, install the plugs, hook up the distributer and give it a try. This will be the BASELINE run.
IF for some reason it runs, the next step will be to replace all the vacuum hoses and fuel lines. You can leave the injector lines alone for now but at the very least all the rest that have fuel in them will need to be replaced for safety reasons (they leak and spray raw gas everywhere) get a fire extinguisher and have it handy, keep it in the car at all times.
There will prob be a lot of issues that need to be worked out with getting the fuel injection working properly, get the factory service manual (on line for your car, google it), and start reading about the fuel injection. You will need to become your own mechanic but its not hard. Just read thru it a couple of times.
report back as you go.