I have a 2003 C5 Corvette that I seldom use. It's a summer toy, and can sit for one or two years on occasion. Many modern gas engines will crank and not fire when the accelerator pedal is on the floor. I do this and watch the oil pressure build up on the gauge before I start it. When I was a kid, well over 50 years ago, an old WWII mechanic told me they used to pull the coil wire and crank to build oil pressure when it was extremely cold. He said it reduced the number of engine re-builds required.