There is 1980s something Dodge Omni 5 door for sale at the local garage for $125. The mechanic says it needs a head gasket. It is an auto with a/c and the body is good and the interior excellent (86k on the clock). So if I decide to buy it I was going to have to take the head off anyway so I will have it milled .030. Premium fuel is a must. Then add a k&n air filter, hot coil, fuel pump, match port the head to the intake manifold, over gap plugs to .040, and add a NOS kit round out the rest of the engine mods. I figure w/o NOS it will have about 120 hp (96 hp is stock) and with NOS it should be about 170 in a car that weights 2150 lbs. The most common axle ratio is 2.76 which will not produce great quarter mile times but is a good ratio for running 75 mph on the super slab. I am going to take a look at it again on Friday and just might buy it on speculation for a spring project.