Due to Unibody construction, the rust is important to repair, separate front and rear "frames".
The suspension is NOT sporty, look for examples with anti-sway bar below the rear axle (sport package).
The interior parts are plastic, and especially long parts in the door get usually cracked.
With original 2-bbl carb 318cid (5.2L) or 6-in-line, the car is underpowered.
Look for one with 360cid. Early models. BUT all engines have horsepower to be found, just combine with the right parts; 4-bbl and hi-lift camshaft.
Mine had all the options and it included: automatic a/c-temp controlled, and it worked well!
Cruise control, but one word has to be said, it's typical for the 80s mopars that the cruise engages a little below the desired speed. So when one wants to maintain 100km/h cruise speed, first accelerate to 110km/h and then engage the cruise control.
I did not like the suspension, it's not sporty, but neither does it have a typical US-boat feeling. Something in between due to mid-frames.