Straight answer, no.
If you are talking about putting a V-8 in our cars, in a FWD manner, you would go through way too many transmissions. Not even worth it.
If you are talking about putting a V-8 in our cars, in a RWD manner, this is where it is possible. However, we do NOT have a chassis on our cars. We have a Sub-frame in which the powertrain is all mounted to. There is also a little bit of strength in the back for the rear wheels. But other than that, all the regitity is placed on the body. And there is no way could have a RWD setup without a chassis. So, what does that entail? Well, it entails having a custom chassis built specifically to our cars. Modifying the body a little bit, to make it mount properly, and removing all of the old sub-frame whatnot. Then it would just be a matter of fitting the engine under the hood. I'm not sure about the 92+, but on my '89, I would certainly say it is a viable option to fit a small block V-8 in there. You can forget about a Big-block however.
This topic has been discussed before. Unless you have a whole heap of money, forget about it.
'89 SSE - GX3 -190k, 155k on body - Back for another ride.