Well, hold on, if you are going to have to have it dragged to a shop - then doing some simple things to help the shop know what is going on, goes a long way in reducing labor costs. They don't have to tear it apart as much if you can provide a more specific description of the problem.
Right now, you have a car that starts - but doesn't want to run.
In the realm of this type of repair - and having to take it to a shop, is a Negotiation-process more so than a simple "Help me to Get this thing to run - repair it" - kind of moment.
They can fix a lot of things and even rebuild the fuel system, but is that what you want?
It is also a considerable age - about 20 years old. So if the engine turns over, catches, but just doesn't run - they will be looking at several directions of approach - so if the problem is with fuel - that represents a specific problem and requires a lot of labor to figure out what, if anything, is in the tank preventing it to run - they will be looking at the fuel system along with running diagnostics using their scanner tools - so if you can locate yours you can find the I/M (Information / Messaging) Monitors that are from your cars DTC connector as the DTCs' may not set a check engine light right now, but if something is not running right - it will show up the I/M monitors portion of your scanner as NOT READY - that system is affected by this so it does help give you a direction, and them (Mechanics) some ideas as to how far to go to fix the problem versus tearing it all apart only to find a connector was chewed thru while in storage.