Spoiler purchase - pending. In the Kansas area, so NH and SC probably won't work.
Car is a SE with a mixture of aero and base panels. I want to fix that. Would prefer to install fastback rear clip, so if you have one of those in the area, let me know. Maybe we can work something out. Rollers, for the right price would work. Not decided which direction I am going with the interior yet, but car could use a new dash, Wouldn't mind finding a 88 cradle either, but no way to transport one ATM. Eventually will be installing a 4.9 so engine, exhaust, mounts. Not sure if I am converting to a 4 speed manual or using the caddy auto 4 speed. Car drives, but its been neglected over the years, by previous owners and while it would probably be cheaper to buy another Fiero, I want to keep this one out of the scrap yard.
These are the pics I promised you. This deck lid is from my 88 Formula. You can see in the pics how dirty the deck lid is so don't get too excited about the paint on the wing. I had to dust it down and wipe it with a damp cloth to make it presentable. It is in good shape with no damage that I know of. The stanchions are here and are in good shape as well as the original gaskets. All in all, it will have to be re-painted to match your car but it is definitely a solid part to start with. PM me.
All that's there is an engine installation. Needs all the electronics(already installed) finished. There is a lot of work to be done and all that work is not the "fun stuff". The car needs to be looked at as a project and that's all. I took the car in trade on another deal. I have three other projects "working" and this one is the least interesting to me. It will someday get finished but it is on the bottom of my "priority list". Car has been sitting in this partially finished condition for 2 years. It's all there but it needs a lot more sweat and dollars. Up to the new owner to decide how much sweat and dollars they want to invest. Go buy a solid 88, and a low mileage Northstar and you have probably invested 4 to $5000. Hardest part is done...Now the Nitty Gritty.