Where can i find an old ford mustang that is in terrible condition?
There should be plenty to chose from at that price point. But I think you're falling into something of a trap. Ask *anybody* who's ever restored any car. It is *ALWAYS* best to start with a car that's in as good of condition as you can get. Sure it sounds cooler to say that you restored a rusted hulk of a car that' had been sitting a field for 30 years, but the reality is it's much, much easier and cheaper to start out with something in better condition. I think you're setting yourself up for some headaches.