I'm not sure what you are asking for. Are you asking for a more detailed explanation than what you have of the parts you have, and what vehicles they go to? For instance:
114 973 00 11 (in original bag)
This part is identifed as a "Plate" and is applicable to north american cars as follows:
115.114, 114.073, 114.060
Upon further research, it appears to be the plastic cap plate that covers the end of the center arm rest for some 114 and 115 cars. (Covers the opening that has the big metal tube in it that the center arm rest pivots on.
You can go through all of the part numbers yourself and get this information and it's free. You need to download and install EPCnet.
Go to this URL: EPC-net Online
and become a subscriber and install it and expect a big learning curve on trying to use the software. It is very useful and not always intuitive, but if you are restoring a car or trying to find out what a numbered part goes to, EPCnet is the way to do it.
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