Ken Taylor sits in his 1980 MG convertible at his home in Clayton. His 36-year-old car was valued at $800 last year and $10,800 earlier this year. It’s $500 now that it has antique plates.
Ken Taylor sits in his 1980 MG convertible at his home in Clayton. His 36-year-old car was valued at $800 last year and $10,800 earlier this year. It’s $500 now that it has antique plates. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
Ken Taylor sits in his 1980 MG convertible at his home in Clayton. His 36-year-old car was valued at $800 last year and $10,800 earlier this year. It’s $500 now that it has antique plates. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

For Clayton man, tax surprise came when car turned 35

September 21, 2016 09:48 AM

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