Sometimes life gets in the way.
You are buying recreational equipment; apparently want a complete racecar; which, the consensus generally agrees, is the least expensive, easiest way to race.
Smart; but, [at least according to 'the forum, like BMW], the 'easy button'.
This is a good time to have liquid funds, because some might _need_ to sell their racecar.
Some are trying to figure out how they're going to buy something to eat in the next few days, keep the heat and lights on through the end of the month, and/or arrange for a caretaker for their elderly parent(s) while they're in quarantine or intensive care.
I have, in the last few weeks, had discussions with a few acquaintances about _precisely_ those things.
Think of it this way:
You are in a relatively strong position, having the cash in hand. That's HUGE!
And yet, your post.
As this situation gets more disruptive, more opportunities will surface.
The need for money will become more desperate for some.
You'll likely be able to buy a better racecar for less money.
But if you want an easy purchase RIGHT NOW:
You can buy my running, driving, no rust, complete, white '91 Caprice Classic, 5.0l, for $400. It does have some 'character'. It's in SE PA.
I'll put the good, fully charged battery back in it, the title in the glove box, and the keys on the right rear tire. You'll have to give me an hour.
You collect it any day between 9am-10pm. I likely _won't_ be there, so:
You put the money in a plastic bag in the top cinderblock next to the picnic table under the trees of the turn-around [that's actually more obvious than you might think] right in front of the car. I'll trust you.
If you want to risk on-highway legal implications [registration, insurance], drive it home.
It's not a racecar, so you're not going to want it.
But it could be.