1985 VW Polo Mk2. Not a Polo C, just a Polo. Before it was mine it was a family stop gap car and one of the first things Dad did was upgrade the interior with bits from a C. Knowing what I do now, and how solid a car it was bar the blown head gasket, I do wish it had been preserved in all its basey glory because I can't imagine there being more than single digit survivors of them now.
passenger door mirror
passenger sun visor - it didn't have one when we got it, maybe it was broken? Maybe it was miser spec.
carpet - just rubber mats, from memory
radio (it had one fitted when we got it, that wasn't original)
front wing side repeaters
hubcaps - it just had separate black plastic covers for each wheel nut and a centre cap that covered the hole. It didn't even have the centre cap that was wide enough for the wheel nuts to poke through
Side rubbing strips - previous owner had screwed wooden strips to the body down both sides anyway.
Parcel shelf - missing, or just never supplied?
Brake servo - discs up front, drums out back, but no assist.