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1959,60 Cadillac Cruise Control Kit - Complete on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Hanover, Ontario, Canada

Hanover, Ontario, Canada
Condition:Remanufactured


You are bidding on a part NOS, part used original & part reproduction late 1959 or 1960 Cadillac Cruise Kit.... that is complete.

 The throttle lever is NOS. The throttle rod is used original, however will probably need to be shortened as it is longer than 10.25".

The brake release switch is NOS.

The regulator or "brain" has been road tested on my own car & operates as it should. It has been cleaned & the internals relubed. Also a brand new Cadillac Regulator decal is included in this Kit. 

Two of the 3 cables are reproduction by a professional cable shop. The third  (bowden cable)cable is an original.

 The controller/switch assembly has been disassembled/cleaned. The button or switch knob has some pitting & will require re-chroming for perfection. 

The wiring harness is a reproduction by a professional shop. 

   The mounting bracket & dust shield are reproduction parts that were cast in zinc/aluminum from the originals. You may want to do some additional filing/sanding prior to installing/plating/painting.

   Shipping to anywhere in the continental USA will be a flat $49.00....anywhere else including International Shipping will be more.

Please contact me for a shipping quote.


Thanks for looking.

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