Lemondana - the bracket pictured is correct for an A body cruise setup. Unfortunately, you would need the entire setup to make it work. This means you'll need the turn signal stalk, all the wiring including the brake switch, the servo/cable/servo bracket, and most importantly the carb linkage which is a bunch of little parts that are specific to a slant six carb. The left inner fender on a 1974 A body IS NOT dimpled to accept the three holes needed for the servo mounting bracket, by the way. But yeah, it will work on a 74 A body if correctly installed.
Lemondana - thanks for the update. If you do decide to sell, could you please let me (cruiser) know. I'm planning on going on a really long road trip and I could sure use it. Many thanks!As of right now, none of my cc stuff is for sale. Keep this thread handy and in the future, possibly.
Got any pictures and part numbers for your setup ?I installed a Dakota Digital (Audiovox) Cruise Control system in my Dart.
The main unit is hidden under the dash and there's only one thin cable which I routed through a cut firewall insulation plug to the carb. I wired it up a to a factory 1970 B body turn turn signal/cruise control lever.
Clean install and it's barely noticeable in the engine compartment.
It works awesome.