Well, you're in Washington State and I'm in Maryland. That makes logistics a bit of a nightmare. But, here's the specs: It does have some rust. It's a typical East Coast truck. I'm putting on a used alternator, exhaust and carpet then cleaning it up. Afterwards, I'd expect to get maybe $1200.00 for it.
the cheap zuks around here are pretty much gone. rust seems to be the main factor plus if a zuk does get as far as a salvage yard, they just crush it. all of our local salvage yards tell me that they can't ever sell zuk parts....well they don't when they try to get $750 for a tranny, $500 for engine, $450 t-case. to them crushing them makes more sense.
i used to pick up whole zuks for as little as $50, hell i got one free just for trailoring it away! not any more. be glad you still have deals to be found.