Also get the rubber hose that connects the tank neck to the filler tube. These rot and leak.
If you need ideas on what might need to be done, you can look at my "frame on" restoration http://www.thecairns.com/Impala/
I am guessing your car is in about the same shape as mine was.
Things I learned:
First, sit down and think about what your goal is for the car. Driver or show car? All original or resto-rod? Once you have that in mind, start researching here and on other forums about how others have done the same. Keep in mind, it will take longer and cost more than you think
You will also find your aspirations rise as you go along.
To keep from getting bogged down, I tried to keep my car "rolling" as much as I could between major work. Getting to drive it around a bit reminded me what all the work and expense was about. The last thing you want to do is take the car apart, get discouraged and let it sit for a few years or decades, then try and come back and try to work on it again.
Use your original trim and sheet metal (or used originals from some other car) as much as possible. Repro stuff does not fit well and will cost you more in the long run.
Take lots of pictures as you go. If you are like most folks, you can take something apart and put it back together. But when the time in between stretches into months, the memory comes up lacking on some essential details.
Four Doors are under served in the parts market. Hang on to your old 4 door specific parts until you are sure you have a good replacement. You might find you are stuck with your old stuff.
There are a lot of small businesses out there that cater to the most obscure bits of these cars. Most are true treasures. I have run across a guy that specializes in rebuilding horns, and another that specializes in rebuilding hood hinges. It may sound strange, but nothing beats the original parts when they are brought back up to spec.
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