I've found white, red, and black Interpart front anti-roll bars in my fleet. All with some or part of the original brand label visible. Did these come in varying grades of stiffness or design and use color to differentiate?
I only have one right readily measurable now
so I cannot assess diameters of the various colors. I'm
guessing some were re-painted but left the label exposed.
Probably repainted. I have a NOS rear Mulhollland/Interpart bar and it has a yellowish (zinc chromate?) finish. Definitely not paint.
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The only "grade" would be bar diameter. I had an Interpart bar
at one time but no idea what color it was.
FWIW, ‘72 Interpart catalog says they were 15/16” front and ¾” rear, and confirms they were cad plated.
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I guessed diameter was key but I wasn't able
to measure diameters of parts no longer in hand. Bar in hand is
red and 15/16" diameter. Arm length may have varied? It's easy
enough to pull the lower arm forward 1/2 inch for high speed