Thanks for your posts, I was able to knock down the starter problem.
Both the starter and the fuel pump have been off the car for a month or so. So I think they may have stiffened up a bit.
I tapped the starter a few times with a hammer, turned the key, and it cranked over!
I thought maybe I'd get away with the same thing on the fuel pump, but no such luck.
I'll turn to the pump next. This seems like an easier problem - just two wires and no connection to other systems. I have checked the ground and the power, and it is getting 12V, but staying silent.
It is not the type that pumps up to pressure and stops - it has a return fuel line to the tank, so it keeps pumping constantly, even if the car is not on.
Here's the pump. Is there anything I can do to take it apart/clean it up internally/rebuild it, etc., or do I have to buy a new one?
(BTW, the car has both a voltmeter gauge and an ammeter gauge).