It doesnt work that way man. The last time floor mats were reproduced it was initiated by Carson Toyota who had a contact at the subcontract company who made them for Toyota and got special permission to reproduce. Then carson teamed up with elmhurst, and mvpmotorsports. Each company purchased 1/3rd of the production cost which was $60 per set. Then it took several months to sell those sets at 90 dollars per set. Most people did not purchase multiple sets contrary to popular belief, some bought 2 or 3, some bought 10. But it's funny many people commit to things up until the point of actually paying, then suddenly things come up and people dont purchase. The mats are so desireable because they are sort of hard to get for a good price, once they get reproduced forsure they'll sell a couple hundred sets but the interest on them will die off due to abundance. Just like it did the last time. Granted the last time was 12 years ago, but there seem to always be several sets still forsale new at any time on forums or ebay.Seriously they could do a run of 10000 sets of floor mats and I'm sure everyone on here would buy 2 to 3 sets.... cant imagine they would lose money.
Now all those contacts are gone, people retired that even know or still give a fuck about the supra. It's just over for parts, toyota has had many chances and incredible resources to remake these parts, but they arent using the same tooling and processes in their parts production nor are their sub vendors who made most of these parts. Its alot of logistics and capital expenditures to do something remotely worthwhile.
I hope I'm wrong, but I dont think I am.