Thx for all the comments....
I know the Spoiler on the Decklid isn't a Pontiac-Part but it belongs to the history of the car. I've got all Names and adresses of the Owners in Germany of the car maybe the first one has some documents from the time when it ran in the USA.
In case of the Brake-Update: Nice thing but i'm driving the Fiero very carefully cause its very seldom in Germany (less than 15 pcs. on sale in Plattforms like Craig List) and the Parts are expensive in case of the high shipping fee's and german dutys... f.e in a big Webshop for US-Carparts residated in Germany (kts.de) you pay for one Set of front brakepads (Raybestos Professional Grade) and 2 Brake Discs (also Raybestos) with shipping costs within Germany 219,78 € (ca. 297,82 U$).
Although i drive a french little car called Renault Twingo (i put three pics @T end of this note, so you guys will have something to laugh :-) ) with a fuel economy of 39.94 MPG.
I've to save my money to buy these parts, 'cause i don't get it through the german car inspection you have to do every 2 years, without them. The Fiero is all the money that other people spent for summer vacation, discos, brand-name clothing and big daily drivers.
Driving an US-Car in Germany is a sign of luxury with comes from a good payed job or (in my case) a very strong austerity.
[This message has been edited by Makrochip (edited 06-12-2014).]