Forgot to update this.
The IMSA has been sitting under a shaded resting place in Texas. Enjoying the company of some other stock and modified Fieros. It's not alone and in good hands waiting it's turn to be brought back to life.
mrfred8, the plans are to eject the quad 4. There is no guarantee it runs and with the time and labor to pull it, clean it, diagnos and fix it, it was decided it would be easier to install my 3.8S/C into the car. It will look fast and go fast when it's finished. While the engine and trans are being installed I will be completely restoring the suspension and brakes and then there will be a long wait until I can get to the interior and the paint.
For now, I have Mr. Mike's seat covers that will go on the seats and I will clean the interior as best I can and install a FS headliner with perferoted leather. Will also try to get some sound-deadener installed while cleaning the interior. I will definately contact TXGOOD to get another cup-holder made along with a glove box and console door cover. Only other thing for now on the interior is I may have the firewalls cut and boxed for the subwoofer and amps. That should hold me over until I can afford the new dash and door panels that Amida makes.
As far as paint, I thought I had decided on the color but lately (last few years) too many metallic blue Fieros have been painted, including my custom 84. So, I'm back to the drawing board on which color it will be. One direction I was leaning was to have it painted similar to the Valvoline car but I don't think I'm that brave to do that kind of paint job. I may go with a metallic orange similar to sunset orange metallic but not as brown.
We'll see what happens.
Once destruction/construction begins I will start posting progress photos...hoping to have it completed for a late summer early fall event. All depends on my builders schedule and my money.