That's what I figured. Most of manufacturing was originally set up to produce minimum production runs of dozens or perhaps hundreds. In some cases, it would be very difficult if not impossible to scale back to make only one item using the original tooling or processes. Or they might have to order a minimum amount of raw materials. Since that's the only way the VIP is going to get one part for his own car, they created GR Heritage just to sell off the excess. It's not going to make a profit. We just have to hope that some Toyota executive or Toyoda family member gets nostalgic for a mk2 someday soon and that all he can find for sale are total beaters in need of complete restoration.I'm curious how they choose the parts they did. Mk3 propeller shafts and Mk4 brake booster seem like an odd choice IMO. I wonder if there is some Toyota execs car that needs these parts....