Trying to start it in derelict condition may damage the injection pump even more than it is now. My advice is to clean the entire fuel system, fuel tank to injection pump and back. That probably means taking the fuel tank out and having it professionally cleaned, cleaning all the fuel hard lines, replacing all the rubber line, replacing the rear fuel filter and front filter. Probably will need a new main supply pump as well. Then once it's all back together, run the outlet line of the injection pump into a bucket and pump clean fresh gasoline through the injection pump galleries for a few min.
Bench check the Thermostatic Actuator, replace it and set the pump gap. Try a start. Like I said though, if the pump sat derelict for 10 years without being pickled, it's likely damaged and varnished up.
If you need some Spica materials let me know.
The car is new to me, picked it up in California out of Sacramento. I will definitely clean the entire system, and post the results.I was in the same situation earlier this year, my car was "supposed" to be a runner before I bought it. Not sure if you had your car running before storage or if it is new to you.
I was proceeding the the same way you are and spent two months chasing my tail trying to get that darn thing to run before Roadtrip was able to discover a fatal yet easily fixed misadjustment.
Moral of my story, get all the information you can, take Roadtrip up on his offer, read everything. You MUST proceed in order and assume NOTHING is as it should be.
By the way, the GTV now starts easier than my GTV6 and purrs smooth as a kitten, gotta love that SPICA.