My first problem was when the left front wheel came off the car while traveling down the highway at 65 MPH. This happened just a couple months after I bought the car, with about 60,000 miles on it. The wheel hub had failed. I had to replace the entire axle assembly, plus the rotor and the front brakes, along with the left front quarter panel and wheel-well liner. That cost me about $2500.
After that, the exhaust system began self-destructing. I eventually replaced every component aft of the manifold, many of them more than once. For some reason, I could only get about 3-4 months out of a muffler, and there was a noise at the junction of two exhaust pipes which just would not go away, even after they were replaced.
The ABS actuator failed around 105,000 miles. Since that was about a $2000 fix, I decided to just live with it.
The power antenna sounded like a garbage disposal packed with shrapnel.
At around 120,000 miles, the vehicle began to rust out around the rear wheel arches. I've noticed this same problem on most of the '94-'95 Accords I've seen since.
When I parked the thing at 158K, the transmission was balking on the 2nd-to-3rd shift. And yes, I *did* change the fluid and filter, more than once.