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Luckily I'm on a late shift today and whilst loafing around at home some nice presents from Mr T arrived.

 

Next batch gets ordered next week. Let the expenditure commence!!

 

https://jza80.mkivsupra.net/imports/2014/09/688.jpg

 

Should assist in getting the facelift back to its former glory. My pre facelift lights will be banished.

 

https://jza80.mkivsupra.net/imports/2014/09/689.jpg

 

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https://jza80.mkivsupra.net/imports/2014/09/691.jpg

 

https://jza80.mkivsupra.net/imports/2014/09/692.jpg

 

Nice new leather.

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Well the front ABS sensors brackets await powder coating. I have finally got round to removing the gearbox, engine, placing the body on a dolly and removing the front suspension / drive train.

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Nice how much was the scuttle panel ?

 

Scuttle was £122.06 + VAT - Part number Y55708-14020

 

Leather hand brake?

How much was that, I might well get one

And what that long stick thing next the the h.brake?

 

Just the handle is real leather. Came on the GZ and Euro Spec cars as standard I believe.

 

Handbrake was £118.13 + VAT - Part number Y46201-14260-C3

 

Long metal part is a stock bumper support. One of the threads on mine has perished.

 

Do you mind disclosing prices?

 

Please bear in mind that prices may vary so these are not fixed.

 

Y81150-1B230 - £296.91 + VAT (Headlight LH)

Y81110-1B230 - £296.91 + VAT (Headlight RH)

Y33504-14130-C0 - £88.63 + VAT (6 Spd Gear Knob)

Y58904-14010 - £15.00 + VAT (Handbrake Cover)

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Scuttle was £122.06 + VAT - Part number Y55708-14020

 

Just the handle is real leather. Came on the GZ and Euro Spec cars as standard I believe.

 

Handbrake was £118.13 + VAT - Part number Y46201-14260-C3

 

Scuttle panel - £144! Wow! I've got mine in the loft and buying a carbon one!

 

Not a bad price for the handbrake tho.

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Very nice, I may have missed it but have you started a thread yet on your single to document the changes?

 

Not yet. I'm buying around £4K in new parts ready for a respray. Once I have all the parts and the respray is booked then I might.

 

I've done a few bits so far.

 

Repaired the collapsed Recaro bolster.

Replaced Dashboard.

Replaced dash panels.

Changed door cards and handles.

Installed GZ rear speaker pods.

Installed factory black front bumper trim

Installed factory number plate surrounds

Installed OEM metal pedal set.

Installed OEM knee pads

Cleaned and applied new oil to K&N intake.

 

Scuttle panel - £144! Wow! I've got mine in the loft and buying a carbon one!

 

Not a bad price for the handbrake tho.

 

The massive problem with the carbon scuttle is that it removes all the holes for the ventilation system. Or do some have holes built in?

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Not yet. I'm buying around £4K in new parts ready for a respray. Once I have all the parts and the respray is booked then I might.

 

I've done a few bits so far.

 

Repaired the collapsed Recaro bolster.

Replaced Dashboard.

Replaced dash panels.

Changed door cards and handles.

Installed GZ rear speaker pods.

Installed factory black front bumper trim

Installed factory number plate surrounds

Installed OEM metal pedal set.

Installed OEM knee pads

Cleaned and applied new oil to K&N intake.

 

 

Wow great work, mind if I ask what colour your going for when doing the respray?

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Wow great work, mind if I ask what colour your going for when doing the respray?

 

My last car was Lambo Grigio Avlon. That was nice, but I'm thinking I'm going to keep it stock gunmetal colour.

 

My aim is to have a stock looking car in superb condition, but with a modest well built and engineered single turbo setup. Thanks to Dan's work I'm halfway there.

 

Next purchases will be:

 

New front wiper arms.

New rear wiper arm.

New factory front and rear badges.

Rear quarter windows.

Lower bumper lip trim.

New door trim

New Upper door trim.

Complete door rubbers.

Boot carpet.

New front and rear hockey sticks.

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My last car was Lambo Grigio Avlon. That was nice, but I'm thinking I'm going to keep it stock gunmetal colour.

 

My aim is to have a stock looking car in superb condition, but with a modest well built and engineered single turbo setup. Thanks to Dan's work I'm halfway there.

 

Next purchases will be:

 

New front wiper arms.

New rear wiper arm.

New factory front and rear badges.

Rear quarter windows.

Lower bumper lip trim.

New door trim

New Upper door trim.

Complete door rubbers.

Boot carpet.

New front and rear hockey sticks.

 

Jeeees! It's going to look immaculate :-)

Great colour too.

Love the fact your buying all new, costly but fab ha

 

(My carbon scuttle panel had no vents)

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Jeeees! It's going to look immaculate :-)

Great colour too.

Love the fact your buying all new, costly but fab ha

 

(My carbon scuttle panel had no vents)

 

I've given up looking for second hand parts. You can spend more than a new part buying multiple second hand parts. A least buying new I know what I am getting.

 

My idea of very good condition or mint appears to be very different from others. I have bought 3 sets of door cards from people who described them as either, very good to excellent condition and yet they have all been in OK a very best. I am toying with paying full whack for a set of new door cards too!

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Well I've got a list of other external parts I will be ordering very shortly. I will put up a full parts list shortly.

 

Might be useful to someone looking to do the same and will save ages on scouring for part numbers. I came across quite a few changes to part numbers of the Toyodiy site. I found this place quite handy for toyota EPC pictures http://www.villagetoyotaparts.com/

 

Just have to remember that it's a US site and that some parts will not fit your R/H drive car.

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LH Quarter Glass Y62720-14280 £119.31

RH Quarter Glass Y62710-14280 £124.03

RH Facelift Indicator 81510-80086 £45.55

LH Facelift Indicator 81520-80086 £45.55

LH Facelift Marker 81741-14170 £13.49

LH Door Moisture Seal 67832-14150 £16.38

RH Door Moisture Seal 67831-14240 £16.38

LH Upper Door Moulding 75552-14150 £94.19

RH Upper Door Moulding 75551-14150 £94.19

LH Door Rubber Seal 67862-14310 £87.78

RH Door Rubber Seal 67861-14310 £87.78

Lower Bumper Retainer 52527-14050 £25.26

Nuts 90179-06156 x 8 £4.87

Bumper Retainer Pin 90467-05009 £0.80

Nuts 90339-03020 x 4 £6.69

Bumper Retainer Clips 90467-09096 x 4 £5.64

Clips 90467-09093 x 5 £8.00

LH Upper Window Seal 62381-14150 £87.20

RH Upper Window Seal 62381-14140 £96.43

LH Window Moulding 75720-14250 £85.43

RH Window Moulding 75710-14250 £85.43

LH Rear Arch Mouldings 75066-19045 £50.12

RH Rear Arch Mouldings 75065-19045 £50.12

Front Window Seal 75533-14190 £54.24

Rear Window Seal 75573-14210 £49.87

LH Wiper Arm 85221-14300 £49.58

RH Wiper Arm 85211-14300 £49.58

Rear Wiper Arm 85241-14010 £53.81

Radio Dash Panel (FaceL) 55405-14160 £107.63

Manual Gear Surr (FaceL) 58804-14080 £108.57

Ignition Panel (FaceL) 55410-14520 £92.91

LH Wing Mirror Glass 87961-1B170 £22.33

RH Wing Mirror Glass 87931-1B140 £22.33

Emblem Front 75314-14010 £17.46

Plate Back Door 75442-14280 £13.24

Plate Back Door 75471-14010 £12.60

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