I know my grandfather has some badges from Pontiac, Buick and Saturn from his time working for GM, may ask him if you need one. No idea whether that would what you're looking for or not. They'd be originals from the 90s, that's about all I know.
My employer manufactured and supplied the originals for the Fiero. Unfortunately, the tooling is long gone. Plus there would be contractual issues with GM.
The problem with a decal is the red will not hold up and will fade quickly in the outdoor exposure. Car washes and road crap would also be hard on the printing. The option would be to pour protective liquid urethane over the decal for added protection against UV rays and other things. Think of the Tyler and 30th Anniversary I designed and had made. The problem is the urethane will not fill into sharp corners of the arrowhead. Secondly, costs with one-time tooling would run $1000.00 to $1500.00! The low demand would not justify spending the money.
While writing this I have thought of an alternative build which I am going to explore at work. With minimum production quantities and a steel rule die to cut to size I still see an initial cost of $500 to $1000.
Heard back from Bill, he said he has tried to create this before, couldn't get the size right, so he's out on this project.
I've been working with the image, got it just right, printed a few tests, with careful trimming, it fits. If I could find someone that can print UV decals from this image, this could work.
This surprised me. His plotter is capable of exact cutting dimensions and the ink he uses is very durable, including the red. Even yellow, which doesn't hold up well, has weathered very well on our club decals.
When I was having him produce the Jacking Instruction Decals, they had to be cut to a precise size and shape to fit into the hood recess. He reproduced the decal to exact size on the first shot. An artwork file would need to be provided so that his computer and plotter could read it.
Some have obtained some of the nose decals that are only slightly larger and ground off the raised border where the originals were mounted on the Fiero. They then placed the nose badge over that area.
[This message has been edited by fierofool (edited 05-10-2015).]