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Hello MKII Brethren,

Having had my car for a few months now and going over every inch of it, I'm getting close to being "done." Or done for now anyway and happy with the results.

But, the car came with a box of some random trim pieces and these are what are left that have me stumped.

So let's play, "Name that Trim Piece" and help me out! Thank you in advance!

Exhibit A

Finger Auto part Wood Composite material


Exhibit B

Rectangle Finger Material property Electric blue Bag


Exhibit C

Hand tool Gesture Bumper Finger Tool


Exhibit D

Electric blue Blank media Metal Circle Transparency


Exhibit E

Wood Bumper Auto part Fashion accessory Personal protective equipment
 

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A= on top rad support, just behind headlamps.
B= between top rad support and front header panel, driver side.
C= Funnel/cover : trunk, rear side, below the storage compartment.
D= Fuel door emergency acces : trunk, rear side, inside the storage compartment.
E= ?
You WIN! 90% at least and probably 100% because I'm not entirely convinced that Exhibit E is for an MK Supra. It has that light icon on it but it does not appear to go over any of the lights. But for the rest of them I am very grateful and I'll go take a look and figure them out! That helps me a LOT! Thank you!
 

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Could "E" be the plastic panel in the RH rear wheel that protects the fuel filler pipe? I've got a spare one around here someplace, but right now I can't put eyes on it.
Thank you and the pics are so helpful for orientation! I think I have them all except E but I’ll go look back there and see if it could go somewhere back in that space.
 

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A-D I knew instantly, but Jocelyn beat me to it. I've looked the picture E a couple times over the last few days thinking maybe it would come to me but no. The only thing that seems vaguely familiar is that hole with the concentric C shapes around it. Seems like I've seen that somewhere. Usually on injection molded Toyota parts, there's an embossed part number, two five-character alpha-numeric sequences separated by a dash or space sometimes with a 2-character suffix, something like 31210-30240-84. Can you find a number like that on it anywhere?
I’ll look and let you know. Thanks! Excited to be part of this community. I have always wanted an MKII so still really excited. It has been a few months of work but this one is worth it. 78k original miles and always stored covered but sat a lot so had some work to do from a few years of that. Running and looking strong now!
 

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+1 on them being for aerodynamics and to likely keep water out.

+1 on someone 3D printing them. I bought a pair of the 3D printer dash vents (the black ones on eBay) and for the price they certainly work and look darn good! Very happy to see enthusiasts doing that these days on our older cars and hopefully making a little for themselves in the process. I also bought 3D printed headlight whiskers and honestly they don't look bad...almost carbon fiber like but they also don't look like the OEM rubber ones. So, I bought the OEM rubber ones (pricey eBay) and I do like them better but the 3D ones would have worked and were half the price.
 
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