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Black Headliner & Trim Part Numbers needed

I found them - Dark Grey MY12 - Prices added based on current exchange rate. The dealer said pricing fluctuates on Lotus parts.

HEADLINER
1 - A132V0377F - HEADLINER ASSEMBLY $585.82
2 - A100W6391F - PLASTIC FASTENER REAR HEADLINER FIXING $2.00 each

A PILLAR
1 - A132V4461F - LH A PILLAR TRIM $101.25
1 - A132V4462F - RH A PILLAR TRIM $101.25
2 - A132W6006F - FIR TREE BUTTON $2.61 each
4 - A116U0200F - FIR TREE BUTTON $2.97 each

B PILLAR
1 - A132V4463 - LH B PILLAR $80.49
1 - A132V4464 - RH B PILLAR $80.49

SUNVISOR
1 - A132V4661S - LH SUNVISOR $225.38
1 - A132V4660S - RH SUNVISOR $225.38
1 - A132V6082F - LH SUNVISOR PIVOT $3.27
1 - A132V6083F - RH SUNVISOR PIVOT $3.27
2 - A132V6079F - SUNVISOR RETAINING CLIP $2.55 each
6 - A132V6081F - SUNVISOR PIVOT/CLIPS BLANKING PLUGS $2.50 each

Total ~$1447.80 with out Home-link

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They are listed in this Service Parts List. I believe they are dark grey MY12 parts

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9205008/Evor...%202012-10.pdf
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Thanks people are asking, I have not seen another MY12 or MY13 with the dark color except in my GP Edition, however these were not listed out the the GP Edition parts list at the end of the document so some other cars must have them.

01b 'A' Pillar Trim, dark grey, LH MY12 A132V4461F
02b 'A' Pillar Trim, dark grey, RH MY12 A132V4462F

03b Headliner Assembly, dark grey MY12 A132V0377F

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The headliner is listed with the roof. I will try to compile all of the part numbers tonight.
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done, I edited my post
What about the visors & associated parts, B-Pillars, plug for the screw access, etc.
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Any prices on these yet?
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Once I compile a full list I was going to fax it to the dealer for pricing. I will keep you posted.
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interested to see the cost involved. Last spring I had my headliner redone in black suede-tex for just under $1k. I have been extreamely satisfied with the results.
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updated 1st post with full parts list, pricing coming soon.
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interested to see the cost involved. Last spring I had my headliner redone in black suede-tex for just under $1k. I have been extreamely satisfied with the results.
How did they remove the headliner? The doors are pretty small..
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I had a local trim shop do the work. they did tell me the job was a bit "fiddley", but was not too bad.
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What did they do about the plastics or other beige pieces?

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I had a local trim shop do the work. they did tell me the job was a bit "fiddley", but was not too bad.
Cool Any pics of the black suede-tex headliner? Seems like a mod I'll have to keep in mind to do.
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Cool Any pics of the black suede-tex headliner? Seems like a mod I'll have to keep in mind to do.
Here is the thread started on the headliner

New headliner SuedeTex ,Yes, Alcantara not so much
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Also, if you have the Tech pack, you might want to change to the black Homelink kit which is A132M0136F (or A132M0242F - for non-federal)
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Yikes

I had mine done by a local trim shop for less than $1k and they even added matched double stitching to all the pieces. That price included removal and reinstallation.
hard part is finding someone who will do all the work.
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Parts are a bit high for me to change mine.

I was on the edge because I like a dark headliner but the lighter one works just fine with the Oyster interior.
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I'm still considering to change to the dark ones, but will first get a quote from a trim shop on suedetex or similar.

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