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Thread: WTB: Early Alloy S-Caliper for a 1969

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    WTB: Early Alloy S-Caliper for a 1969

    I'm looking for a driver side alloy S-caliper in very good to excellent condition for a 1969 restoration.

    Thanks,
    Rick

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    Kermit71
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    S Aluminium Caliper

    I have a driver's side S caliper available for $325.00 including USPS flat rate shipping to the US. The only cleanup has been spray brake cleaner. I take PayPal and, although I am new to this site, I have been in PCA for 46 years and am pretty well known. I am having problems downloading photos but can send them to either your email or text them via cell phone.
    Thanks
    Deems

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    Hi Deems, thanks for responding to my thread. Please send the pictures to rac390 at gmail.com

    Thanks,
    Rick

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    Kermit71
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    Photo sent. Do you need anything else from me? It's going to a big swap meet in Atlanta this weekend and probably wont return home. Thanks Deems

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    I don’t think there is a left or right side, the fittings can be switched from top to bottom to make it work on the other side.

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    In actual fact the lines are not identical, but a new line can fix that.
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    Kermit71
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    Yes, indeed, I am old and this is a driver's side. I have a matched pair that I do not want to separate. It does appear that you can reverse these. Sorry Deems

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    Hi Deems, I did get the picture you sent and it looks like a very nice caliper, but I believe it is a '71 or later caliper. I'm basing that on the circle with what looks to be an X and the information from the following thread from Eric at PMB.

    https://www.early911sregistry.org/fo...hrough-1972-8)

    I'm sure I will regret it, but since I am looking for a '69 variant, I am going to pass on it. Thanks again for responding to the thread.

    Rick

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    Kermit71
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    Thank you for the info. I will research it tomorrow. These old cars get tricky. Best of luck.

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    I have a single 69-71 S caliper.
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