Any where you can find it.
But one suggestion- nothing which is cheap is good.
But yes, you can go for something of moderate cost.
There are plenty of car leads and dealers to help you get a cheap car.
They also assist you in getting a car loan to buy your dream car.
I've found that Marshall's auctions are the best place to buy a good car inexpensively. You can get a car way below book value but you'll probably have to pay a little above trade in value. Dealers attend these auctions and they know the trade in value of every vehicle. The trade in value is generally their cap.
I have had very good luck on both eBay and Craigslist. It takes time (weeks to months) and a good deal of care but great deals can be found. Sometimes people are willing to take almost anything just to get rid of a car. Maybe they're moving, maybe a death in the family, maybe they bought another car and kept the old one but can't make both payments. It happens.
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My favorite is Chevy Camaro from '87.
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