I've got an 84 Fullsize Jimmy (stock carb'ed 350 V8, SM465) that's been parked up at my father's cottage for about a year and a half, since I snapped one of the rear u-joints. I was in the process of buying a house at the time, and all my cash ended up going to the money-grubbing lawyers.... Long story short: I fixed the U-joint, but she refuses to start now. The battery is completely dead (but surprisingly not frozen), so I'll have to bring up a spare next time I go up. When I try to jumpstart, the engine rotates extremely slowly - Maybe once a second. The starter motor will click and stutter like it does when there's not enough power, but it does turn. I got my Dad's old suburban running, and tried to jumpstart off of it, but it does the same thing, even with the engine running. I'm going to go prepared next time -- Like enough extension cords to reach the truck from the cottage so I can get the block heater going, charged spare battery, gasline antifreeze, etc. The truck was running perfectly when I parked it, so it *should* be in pretty much dececnt shape still... Is there anything else I should bring to help bring it back to life? I was alone last time I went up, so I didn't get a whole lot of troubleshooting done. Thanks! -Al.