For Sale C-Body Tilt Steering Cruise Control Lever

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    I am generally familiar with the varieties of Mopar cruise control levers from the 1970's but I am not 100% sure on this one. It was in with the parts I bought to piece together a cruise control system for my '72.

    The switch style is definitely 1974-1978. The end of the lever is straight which I believe is for a tilt steering wheel application. The puzzler for me is that I do not recall "Speed Control" being printed on the switch. The connector end will need the plastic connector. I do not know why the wire lengths appears changed.

    Regardless, this lever is in very good condition, it will show nicely after installation. Feel free to ask any questions. I am asking $60 plus shipping.

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    Let me check my 77 tomorrow, I may just take that from ya.. of course between now and then if someone else steps up. Do what you Gotta do.
     
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    Sounds fine. I’ll let you know if someone else bites. Regards.
     
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    I recall aftermarket systems with OEM looking levers
     
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    I know what you mean but this is a carbon copy in design except for the SPEED CONTROL printing. Wire colors, etc...all the same.
     
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    That one is for a standard column.
     
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    Interesting that you say that. I removed the older chrome style lever from 72 and 73 standard C-Body columns and both had a distinctive bend at the end of the lever. Maybe it’s dependent on the wheel style. Either way I am being open with potential buyers.
     
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    I don't know the significance of the bent or straight shaft regarding applications. But the Chrysler tilt column uses a threaded shaft turn signal lever.

    Good luck with the sale.

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    One of a couple of things is going on. Later tilt models have this design or steering wheels that are not dished, such as tuff wheels, require this type of lever.
     
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