Welcome. Chris and Ron offer great advice on the brakes, and the starter key. I would only assume that every Amazon still on the road has a relocated starter button. I do not think I have seen otherwise for over a decade.
As far as brakes (clutch, or all of your hydraulic cylinders) go, I would just make sure you flush both of these systems very well. I used to do this to my car every year. It's not a bad idea regardless. If you keep this car long enough, you may want to flush the 2 hydraulic systems every season. As I said, I have done that in the past to avoid the extra troubles and expense of new parts that eventually fail long before they should. You could count on it.
But for prevention, and less annual work, what I have done (over the years) is to piece by piece, sleeve all of my hydraulic cylinders (with a stainless steel sleeve). This modification service is offered by a number of people out there (machine shops) . Some are better and less expensive than others are- google -"hydraulic sleeving". I think that most shops offering this service are pretty good. I first had a clutch master cylinder sleeved (in brass), and I was told it was "guaranteed for life". -Eleven years later, and no issue. So save your old master, slave, or wheel cylinders. If they are bad now- they can be sleeved and will last longer than they were originally designed to last. "Rebuilding" may be a waste of time and money- that's a longer tech talk, and just my opinion I would defend. A cylinder lined with a stainless sleeve is almost always trouble free. What's new and out of the box is not necessarily so.
I have slowly made my way through every alloy hydraulic sleeve on my car making this modification. This is how I have shortened my annual punch list of tasks for a 54 year old car. This is my offering of how to avoid having a leaky old car, that wont stop, and costs you a lot of money, while it's sitting there.