1965 ford mustang?!PLEASE HELP!!!!?
Buying a car without an engine and having one put in isn't a very realistic task, without extensive automotive knowledge. It is not "plug-and-play", and you may need lots of work done to the car to get that engine to run correctly. The swap in itself will not be cheap, either. Also, if a car doesn't have an engine, I'm not sure that you should assume that everything else is in working order. A $2,000 '65 Mustang sounds like it'd be a rusted out shell and nothing more. A 50 year old car is not going to be a realistic daily driver at all, and will run you at LEAST 10k for a half decent one, which even then, is really just useful as a weekend cruising car. I know that its not what you wanted to hear, I actually wanted an old Mustang when I was 15 or so, but there are plenty of more practical cars out there that are just as good.