I have seen it on several Fieros, including one of mine. The previous owner of my '87 GT replaced the hood with one that had clearly been stored on a flat surface. The "curve" of the hood had flattened out leaving the bumper edge and windscreen edge higher than the middle. If I had adjusted the hood so the bumper edge was flush the center was "sunken". I know of no way to easily fix it so I simply replaced the hood.
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[This message has been edited by infinitewill (edited 09-04-2013).]
I'm sorry I should have said that my hood along the side along the fenders is lower. So much lower that the fender bolts where touching. The hood does have rubbers for the top and bottom bolts but nothing TN the middle of the hood. I have big rubber donuts that fit over the center bolt, I closed the hood and it looked better.
Front and top line up even with the fenders . It has never been removed that I know. So after thinking what can I use to support the center that is rubber,i have Italian foot pegs on my motorcycle that have round rubber inserts on them so I used my spare rubbers to support the center of the hood. Fits perfect from the fender lip to the bottom of the hood that is with the hood closed. I really need to learn how to post pictures.I live in FL and it can get 100 degrees in my garage with the fan on too