Apparently written and verbal communication in English isn't your strong point. Examples:
a) "Shaking hard almost"??? WTF is that supposed to mean? Either it shakes hard or it doesn't That's like saying "he was barely dead".
b) By "turns off" do you mean that the engine STALLS, as in it sputters and then quits, or does it "turn off" abruptly as in the ignition cuts off?
c) "Almost making like popping sound". That's not very descriptive Either it is making a sound similar to popping or it isn't. And WHERE was this sound coming from? Engine compartment? Tail pipe? Underneath car?
Advice: Figure out exactly what you want to say then be clear and precise about it. If I were to make a guess, the ignition wasn't firing on all cylinders or it has a stuck valve in one of the cylinders. Either way, the engine will run rough. It shakes because one or more of the cylinders isn't working properly, placing an uneven load on the engine mounts, like a washing machine out of balance.
I'd suggest that if the car has been in storage quite awhile that the gasoline is going bad and needs to be drained and replaced with fresh gas. I'd also check and be sure the spark plugs aren't fouled, I'd replace the fuel filter, and I'd add a half pint of Marvel Mystery Oil or Sea Foam to the oil which will help lubricate the valves so they don't stick.
p.s. starting an engine and letting it run a few minutes is a bad practice. You have to at least allow it to get up to full operating temperature for 10-15 minutes, preferably under load while driving it.