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What does a correct Power booster look like?

v194

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Application is a 71 Challenger 440+6 power disc. Photos or identifying features for the correct booster are appreciated. The were all plated right? NO paint correct?
 

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I think it's generally accepted that early cars got the Bendix booster and it was painted black, while later cars got the Midland Ross booster and it was plated / unpainted - some have said January was when the changeover happened.
 

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I think it's generally accepted that early cars got the Bendix booster and it was painted black, while later cars got the Midland Ross booster and it was plated / unpainted - some have said January was when the changeover happened.
Unless the original owner changed mine, it is cadmium plated on my August 10th of 1970 built 1971 340 convertible. No numbers on it that I can find either. Mine also has the 1970 style console with seat belt cutouts.
 
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