Evaluation: Buried in the dirt outside Jim Taylor’s building and showing the effects of several (many?) winters’ exposure to Adirondacks snow and rain, but remarkably complete, if rotten and dilapidated. Some of the chrome is surprisingly good and salvageable. A reasonable parts car for a BJ7 restoration.
Bottom Line: One of many “yard art” and “field art” vehicles from Jim Taylor’s collection, and one of few cars with the rest being trucks of varied age and progression on their way back to the earth. Three grand is fair enough and there is more than that in the parts.