Installing an electric choke is super easy, unbolt the stock one and bolt on the electric element. Then, using a wire with a spade tip on the carb end and an eyelet connector on the other, connect it to the S terminal of the alternator. Volia! You're done! You may need to adjust the choke, but that's easy as well.
Hot air chokes, as were stock on 2100s use hot air off the exhaust manifolds to operate a bimetallic spring bolted to the choke that moves it as the engine warms. Electric does the same electrically, and manual chokes just move the choke plate by the cable.
The squirrels in my head have spoken.
Cobra 5.0L & AOD swap, here we come.