I had parked the car for a few years...Noticed some moss on the top surfaces, so I sprayed it off with the hose....and the PAINT went with it! (Aiyeeee!) Went to the JYs and found factory paint upper surfaces to replace the bad ones....and of course, changed to the later GT style quarter panels. The scoops were from the Fiero Warehouse, and I made the "B" pillars out of aluminum (G6 emblem covers the screw that locks them in place).....The wheels and tires fit a stock Fiero body.
The wheels are VOXX Monza wheels, originally Black spokes with chrome in the center...I painted them the same color as the B pillars, and they really came out looking good. I also did some odd things to the stabilizer bars to improve both the turn-in and the drop-throttle oversteer (Suspension is my special-ality) The Fiero suspension is not really up to super low-profile tires. I will NEVER go below a 4" sidewall.
The VOXX Monzas, sadly are no longer available (Except used) but there are others, including the ASA AR1s which are similar in style and same size but weigh more. I just did some research and the Konig Lightning Wheel is very nice, reasonable price and weighs only 16 lbs...And the 16 x 7 is 40 mm offset which IMPROVES steering effort and kick-back.
The 205 and 225 tires on my 2600 lb Fiero would be equal to 265 and 295 width tires on the 3500 lb Vette. Keeping things light (Especially un-sprung weight) makes a huge improvement in both performance and FEEL of the car.
(By the way, I thought your car was a picture of my car back 20 years ago- Exactly the same except for the pinstripe (I actually did a 1/4" wide stripe in blue on the rub strip....very subtle "Hey, what's blue on your car?")
[This message has been edited by cvxjet (edited 04-05-2021).]