Individual Touring mandates certain safety requirements such as a roll cage and five-point harness, and permits new suspension, wheels, tires, and exhaust. Here, you get a crack-free factory dash without radio or airbags. The slightly forgiving Corbeau seats won't ease the impact to your spine from the 600lb/700lb front/rear Eibach springs. Although that padding on the roll bars should have a slightly lower chance of re-enacting Humpty Dumpty with your skull.
Put bluntly, the Dodge Neon is the ideal slow car to drive fast. It's an instant autocross joy, especially in ACR guise. If you're jonesing for a start to your racing career in 2015, buy used. This one comes with all the racing paraphernalia, including log book, transponder, cool suit compatibility, and a ton of extra tires and drivetrain parts. So you wanna try it out? Come on, kid. Everyone's doing it.
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.