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    magnesium case plating?

    On the magnesium transmission cases Porsche used through 1978, I remember some discussion in the past regarding an exterior plating they received, perhaps a chromate process of some kind. Does anyone happen to know / remember exactly what it was?

    Also curious to know if there is anyone doing this type of plating at present in the US. I have a friend, actually a vintage Alfa Romeo racer / restorer / jack of all trades. He's got magnesium parts he'd like to see plated in a similar way, to help them survive the years.

    TIA!

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    Perhaps this might be of interest.

    https://ptiindustries.com/services/magnesium-coatings/

    Mark
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    Here's a thread that might help as well:
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...nesium-Coating

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