As others have mentioned, the transmission may not be a big issue. But one other thing to keep in mind is that cars don't need to be in the rust belt to be effected by salt. I bought a beautiful '93 900T vert. No rust on the body, but it was a seashore car so it corroded in other places. I had to replace the radiator. It was toast from driving in the salt sea air. Intercooler was the same. Take a good look under the hood, especially at aluminum parts. For $1500 if everything else on the car is good, I wouldn't sweat having to replace a few things, but it's good to know what you may be in for.
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