I bouhgt my 89 Dodge Daytona 2.5L (no turbo) (2d Hatch) a week ago from a local man. His father had owned it and used it for just driving to a local park-and-ride and before that his brother had it and was doing the same thing. When I got my hands on it for about $800, it only had 79k miles and brand new brakes/exhaust/shocks. It did have some problems; When the door was opened or cig lighter was used, lost the 12V Battery line to the radio (fixed; ran new wire from battery to fuses, fuses to radio, door switch, and cig lighter) Blower fan doesn't come on, can turn on AC and defrosters (lost the little light bulb in the cluster though), but the fan won't come on. (Going to pull apart this weekend, checked fuses already... maybe another electrical problem, though). Minor body rot in the floor in the four corners of the car where it's the lowest. Nothing I can't cut, treat, and weld a couple of new pieces in after winter. Just treated them for now to keep them from getting too bad during the winter. Doors are goofy. Passenger side outside handle doesn't work (not sure why, I tried lubing it, new bar, etc) and driver side lock doesn't take the key. Passenger side does, so I going to take the lock out of passenger side and put it on the driver side for now (I don't mind opening the passenger door from the inside). Finally, the hatch has some of the window trim coming loose... although the seal is still good. The two (ugh, forgot work) thingies that hold the hatch open are shot, may take the vice grip route to 'fix' them. All in all, I love this car. Engine runs great, low miles, and it's great on fuel. Going to take it to a guy I know in town after I get the brakes fixed. He had worked on a lot of late 80s trucks and cars and has a knack for getting the engine to run even better.