Peter. PM me with the info for that GLH, I might just acquire a weekender.
Guys, the problems that that GLH has are all fixable, even the floor. In fact the floor isn't even that big an issue. The interior is eay to remove, then a little work with a cutter at the JY to get patches, and a little welding to install them, a quick coat of primer to protect the welds, a cheap paint job to fix the flaky paint, check all the hoses, a compression test to check head gaskets and rings, and it'* good to go. Parts are ultra cheap, as I can find ten of those motors at the local pick-n-pull any day of the week, and body stuff is pretty cheap, too. The turbo is cake, because it would be the first thing I'd replace just on GP.
PS: Peter called me when he was looking at this car to ask me a few questions, and I referred him to www.turbododge.com
, and also my Brother offered to come take a look at it and check on the common problem areas.
These little carsare actually pretty reliable when properly maintained, and modding them is dirt cheap, dirt simple, and extremely effective. The suspesions are as good as any current sport-compact(better than most), and it'* ungodly fast.