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it's the simple things in life....

an accumulation of little things added to the interior over a course of 5 years.

I believe that I am now done with the interior.

can you catch them all?

the magic number is 12
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1. Full carpet
2. Vent rings
3. Extinguisher
4. Cup holder
5. Polished knob (huh huh)
6. E brake handle
7. Leather wrapped center console
8. Footwell / cubby lighting
9. Black silver emblem on wheel
10. Tray cover trim
11. Leather wrapped sills
12. Carpet buttons (?)
12b. Horn buttons (?)

Looks great, btw.

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it's the simple things in life....

an accumulation of little things added to the interior over a course of 5 years.

I believe that I am now done with the interior.

can you catch them all?

the magic number is 12
Lee, where did you get the vent rings?
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rb26dett,

Got them from a Japanese company called Outer.Plus or Garage Shimaya.

Once you work your way through the difficulties of the language barrier, they were very good to work with.

Their website is: https://garageshimaya.com/
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1. Full carpet
2. Vent rings
3. Extinguisher
4. Cup holder
5. Polished knob (huh huh)
6. E brake handle
7. Leather wrapped center console
8. Footwell / cubby lighting
9. Black silver emblem on wheel
10. Tray cover trim
11. Leather wrapped sills
12. Carpet buttons (?)
12b. Horn buttons (?)

Looks great, btw.
lobuzz311,

1- Not really full carpet, they are replacements carpets from CarID, the originals are wrapped up. So no, not really an add on.
2, 3 & 4- right on the money.
5- big ball, polished knob, the Bollock has many names! lol. Yes, you are correct.
6- nice catch on the E brake handle!
7- nope, the 2011s came with the leather wrap consoles.
8, 9, 10, 11 & 12- yep, yep, yep, yep & yep.
12b- yep! and the aluminum carpet buttons have the same "button" on them.

thanks for the compliment. been trying not to overdo it and keep the same "classic" look of the interior while I am at it.
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Who makes the tray cover trim? Do those pieces just slide in from the side or how are they held in place?

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Not sure if it is the same, but you might try this solution-
https://www.lotustalk.com/forums/f92/...olution-86785/
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Who makes the tray cover trim? Do those pieces just slide in from the side or how are they held in place?
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it is the glovebox solution from Lotushuii.

I just added the chrome piping and the "Elise" badge

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I just had my interior redone in alcantara (the seats will be replaced at a later time).
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