Nice Fiero. Congrats! Nice seats and very clean door panels. Clean floor. The paint looks halfway decent. The body panel alignment looks good. Nice aftermarket side scoop. The steering wheel seems to be in good condition, and overall very little interior warping. The battery tray area looks good. The side markers appear to be straight to the trim, and aren't faded.
Does it run? I see it needs a battery. Did it come with floor mats?
The trunk lock and paint will be an issue. Check the trunk for rust. You can get the holes in the instrument cluster surround fixed at a vinyl repair place. There is a tan (not beechwood) center console in good condition on ebay, or you could have Russ recover this one, or you could fix the warping yourself. That whitish stuff should clean off the shift surround and other pieces. The black stuff on the driver's foot pad...I dunno. Depends on what it is. TFS sells the sail emblems. At least one wheel is missing the plastic lugnut covers, but those are easy to find.
The engine bay shouldn't be too hard to clean up. The wheels take forever to clean.
I don't know how to fix the chipping on the tail lights. Maybe Napoleon_Tanerite would try. TFS sells a trunk seal. There appears to be a lot of dirt behind the tail lights.
What is the zip tie between the thermostat housing and the dogbone?
I'm not sure why the rear wheels are blocked, unless there is a transmission issue.
That upper intake appears to be from an earlier year Fiero, because it appears to be a decal. Once you detail the car, if everything works and the car runs OK, the upper intake and the trunk lock are probably the worst things about the car.
[This message has been edited by tshark (edited 09-17-2017).]