New purchase 1986 Camaro IROC-Z has some problems

I recently made a new purchase of a 1986 Camaro IROC-Z (305ci 190hp tuned port injection) for $3200. I have some questions on whether it is
worth that much, as well as some questions about fixing the few problems it has. First off... The cars engine is orignal w/ 86,000 miles on it, the Fuel pump is 4 years (2000 miles) old, and the muffler is 15,000 miles old (not sure the years on it). In addition to this, almost every piece in the engine that is rubber has been replaced 2 years (2,000-2,500 miles) ago, so its all fairly new. Yes i know the milage figures are weird, but this puppy has been garaged most of its life, and its problems are due to age not overuse. The body was repainted 2 purchases ago, it was origanaly red, now its white. The paint is spotless save some small chips on the bottom of the ground fx and where the door shuts. There is also 2 spots with rust... 3 small rust circles on one side of the body (circles are about 2mm in diamiter with a .5mm hole), and a spot near one of the wheels where rust has bubbled up under the paint (paint covers it though). The inside is spotless, perfect origanal red interior, no damage, everything restored to look as it did then with the exception of a single partialy broken casing on one of the seatbelt fasteners. Additional problems that need fixing, after installation of the fuel pump the gas guage shows the wrong amount of gas... dont know if it was installed improperly or what. The speedometer seems to jump irraticaly back and forth approximatly 5mph.... not sure why on that one. In addition, the lights wont work, the origanal owner said the fuses are probably blown but i have no idea how to replace them. Does anyone think this is a good deal? And also, how do I go about replacing/fixing the problems, if you could point me to a tutorial or something on fixing these things (or a manual) i would be more then greatfull.
Thanks Richard Paul Cesar
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