Hey Collo, good stuff!
With the brake, try getting a big syringe on some hose that will snugly fit the bleed nipple. Crack it open and push some brake fluid up from the caliper end. Be careful you don't overflow the reservoir. Tighten the nipple and try bleeding again.
If it still doesn't bleed and firm up nice and tight, give the brake lever some real good firm squeezes to the 'bar with the bleed nipple tightened up and then strap the lever tight to the 'bar with some rope or a bungy cord or whatever and leave it overnight.
Pretty sure yours is an '82 like mine, and you'll find your clutch pushrod that is spinning is only a few inches long as it's a two part rod. That will explain the spinning.
As Rich said, sounds like you need a cable adjustment.
The other thing is that after sitting still so long, the clutch plates won't be working normally. Once you try to get her motivated under her own steam with the properly adjusted clutch cable the plates should free up nicely in theory.