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I saw the ad. That is a complete tear down type of resto imho. You'd learn everything about that car, because all of it needs attention. That's both cool and not cool. You'd need it trailered to your house and you'd need a garage to work/ store it in. You'd need a job for income to buy parts and you'd need a different car for transportation for a while. Yeah, it's got that unique car, quirkiness appeal, but it's quite a big bite for a "noob trainer". I'd say it's a 2-3 year restoration/ learning project. You won't be driving it until then I'd think.
To get yourself started, you might want a car that's a bit closer to running. Actually, a running car would be great. You could restore parts of it as you go along and still learn some driving skills. Lot's of people do this with a 240sx, Sentra, an old Z, etc. I just ran into a guy at the gas station with a 510 that was pretty sweet. Those are cool however they are getting kind of rare which equals a bump in cost. I say keep looking and run your finds past us here. We'll help you all we can.
Those '65 trucks look cool (if one runs, maybe check it out), there's a few '70s Zs, a neat 210, an '89 240sx and more in your area, though the prices do start to climb.