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    What are these ATE calipers - on a 1966 911/912

    HI - I've been on the forum and looking all the caliper related posts but can't find any that are the same as these. You guys must know?

    Any help would be appreciated

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    I'm not sure. It would help to see the back side, and to know the piston size. They sort of look VW but could have come from many European cars.
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    What are these calipers - on a 1966 911/912 - new pics

    New pics taken from the right front.

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    I see BMW cast into one of the calipers above...
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    They look like early BMW 2002 front calipers from a 68-70 1600 or 2002

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    Yup... those are very heavy Bimmer calipers for solid rotors. Not a big fan because of the large pad for the solid rotor and the weight.
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