Replacing the belt isn't too bad, if you do make sure the tensioner is ok, i went to change mine and half the ball bearings were missing i dont' see how the thing was still spinning. And if its been sitting for 10 years it wouldn't be a bad idea to replace the dist. cap, dist. rotor, plugs, and plug wires. But back to the timing belt, just have to remove the fan(and shroud) pulleys and belts and timing belt cover. If you have air in your garage and half an impact you can remove the radiator and it makes it easier to get the crank bolt off. or just use a chain wrench if you don't want all the work...hope that helps!