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    Factory finish on 69 911E brake calipers

    Can anyone weigh in on what the finish from the factory was on the front and rear brake calipers on a 69 911E? Seems like I see both silver and gold on calipers.
    87 930 M505 slantnose, Andial mods
    76 914 2.0 Raby 2270 w/5 lug
    89 911 Targa
    73 911 RSR tribute awaiting Rothsport motor
    69 911E fully restored

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    I'd talk to PMB if you're looking to restore to original spec.

    https://www.pmbperformance.com/lwb-e...11-brakes.html
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    '65 911 "The Ol' Gal" (long gone)
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    This may help:

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...rs-what-colour

    PMB did our 69S front calipers but they are wrapped away in storage until we get to that point in the restoration, otherwise I would check.
    69 911S #1379
    65 356 SC #130757

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    Thanks guys. Mine has yellow zinc rears and silver zinc rears, both restored by PO. What was confusing me is I have seen other restorations with the same combination.
    87 930 M505 slantnose, Andial mods
    76 914 2.0 Raby 2270 w/5 lug
    89 911 Targa
    73 911 RSR tribute awaiting Rothsport motor
    69 911E fully restored

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