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1959,60 Cadillac Cruise Control Bowden Cable -regulator Or "brain" To Controller on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Hanover, Ontario, Canada

Hanover, Ontario, Canada
Condition:Remanufactured


You are bidding on a reproduction 1959 or 1960 Cadillac Cruise Control Bowden cable.

 This is the cable that connects to your Regulator, "brain or transducer" & runs through your fire wall to the cruise controller switch assembly in your dash.

It has been made using original hardware & I believe would easily pass as an original. 

   Shipping to anywhere in the continental USA will be a flat $12.00....anywhere else including International Shipping will be more.

Please contact me for a shipping quote.


Thanks for looking.

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