Just be ready to do lots of work to restore it.
It can be fun to have a project to work on little by little until you feel the pride and satisfaction of finishing the task. If that's what you're looking for, then push up your sleeves and check out this 1982 Ferrari 308 GTSi that's in need of a new home and a whole lot of restoration. RM Sotheby's will sell the car without reserve at its Paris sale with an estimate of $55,000 to $80,000.
If you're really into rare cars, the provenance of this Ferrari might be familiar to you. It was part of the Baillon Collection that came to light in France in 2014. A transport magnate collected a treasure trove of around 100 special vehicles, and then he stashed them away. The auction house Artcurial then sold about 60 of them that it felt were still salvageable. This Ferrari was among them.