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Day and date are black and red and the time is black over gray..i want all black over gray

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The LCD display was manufactured with those colors (meant to be a convenience) and is not something that can be altered.

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What you have is an older model Datejust -- or at least an older model movement. During the 1950s, many Rolex Datejust models had an alternating red/black date wheel. Tudor (Rolex's second brand) also had movements with the same red/black date wheel.
BTW, those watches are becoming more and more collectible. Sounds like you may have a nice classic on your wrist! :-)

I hope this helps!
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