I'm still learning about this gene, myself actually. I'm particularly new to it.My understanding of Autosomal Red is limited but I didn't think it was a diluter of red. In fact isn't it the opposite?
My understanding is that Autosomal Red is a form of gold (or modifier of gold?) that resists the dilution effect of silver - hence why we see it so often on silver birds that have been derived from crosses with gold birds.
With this in mind -
It's certainly possible for my silver cockerel chicks to show some effects of Autosomal Red.
But I would not expect the gold chicks to be diluted as a result of Autosomal Red.
Lighting doesn't do much justice here, but did my best to get pictures.