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post #21 of 83 (permalink) Old October 2nd, 2008, 13:40
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You mean this one? There's a lot out there...
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I work at a dealership so I'll check tomorrow to see if this part is still available.
were you able to find out?
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It turns out that the part number listed in the installation instructions did not come up in the system. So they must have used another number for the US market or something. I can just barely make out the number on the box so ill just try random numbers to see if i get something.


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It turns out that the part number listed in the installation instructions did not come up in the system. So they must have used another number for the US market or something. I can just barely make out the number on the box so ill just try random numbers to see if i get something.
This one?

Cup Holder?
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I saw that same beast lower din change pocket cup holder deal on ebay a bit back for big dollaroids! Its like super jdm supposedly
no seriously, im not kidding
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I posted this in a different thread on accident. Might be useful to some.

I have this cup holder

I bought it around 3 years ago. I think it came out of a Camry or something. I still have the Toyota box it came in, but unfortunately the sticker with the part number is halfway worn off and I can't really make it out anymore. The part number on the cup holder itself doesn't match up with the one on the box either.
The top of it is the cup holder and there is a pull out felt lined tray for change.
when the cup holder or tray are popped out the are curved towards the driver. Its a pretty nice very stock looking piece.


EDIT: The cup holder came complete with an install guide all in Japanese. It seems to have a part number on it. 08171-10060
I work at a dealership so I'll check tomorrow to see if this part is still available.
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I'll say this again, as I said it two years ago

DO NOT purchase any aftermarket cup holders that "lock close"

here is my story

Someone upstairs hates me ( accident)

save up and purchase the in dash one

later guys

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Anyone find a full din toyota cup holder yet? I went to a couple pic 'n' pull yards and only found half din cup holders. :\
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post #29 of 83 (permalink) Old October 12th, 2008, 23:37
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It turns out that the part number listed in the installation instructions did not come up in the system. So they must have used another number for the US market or something. I can just barely make out the number on the box so ill just try random numbers to see if i get something.
This cup holder is JDM and Phoenix on the other MR2 board had bought the last 4 of them that Toyota had. They are no longer available from Toyota. You find them on eBay occasionally, but good luck getting a new one.

I have one, but it is not for sale. It is the hotness.
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I'll say this again, as I said it two years ago

DO NOT purchase any aftermarket cup holders that "lock close"

here is my story

Someone upstairs hates me ( accident)

save up and purchase the in dash one

later guys

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I highly regret selling mine, been looking for another one for a while. I am STILL willing to pay top dollar for one. Interested? Sell to me!
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MR2: A cup holder ??????
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post #33 of 83 (permalink) Old November 25th, 2008, 00:01
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wow, your taking this cup holder thing to another level.

anything will work.

here is mine

um... ya... i dont think thats a good spot... looks exactly like another owners but he found that he drilled into his gas tank...
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Yup, a JDM cup holder/coin tray.
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Right where I need one the most
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Here is a genuine, OEM, JDM, Toyota MR2 cupholder waiting to be installed.

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55MR2, willing to part with it?
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55MR2, willing to part with it?
Sorry, but then I would be posting something like this in the near future...

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I highly regret selling mine, been looking for another one for a while. I am STILL willing to pay top dollar for one.
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New cupholder option.

In order to see pix, you will have to download the 4mb PDF catalog. Page 12, part numbers 50-0006 or 50-0007

56k Warning: 4mb download: http://www.oldairproducts.com/pdf/20...ts_catalog.pdf
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I might be using this din unit once its back together..






Its shallower than I originally thought. I'm not so sure now.

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