The 1964 Sixty-Special Fleetwood sedan had the new styling features combined with carryover trims. Standard equipment was the same as the previous year.
4-door Hardtop Sedan
SERIES 6700 – FLEETWOOD 75
This line featured the same limousine type styling seen in 1963, combined with a new frontal treatment, angular taillamps and revised rear sheetmetal. The back fenders swept rearward in a straighter and higher line, while the fins began with a more pronounced kickup and housed new notch-shaped taillamp lenses.
NOTE: The commercial chassis featured a 156 inch wheelbase and was provided to professional car makers for construction of funeral cars, ambulances, etc.
I. D. NUMBERS
Motor serial numbers were located on the left side of the engine block and lefthand frame side bar.
The first two symbols, “64” identified the model year.
The third symbol, a letter, designated body type.
The last six numerical symbols indicated unit production sequence.
Cast iron block
429 cubic inches
Bore and stroke
4.13 x 4.00 inches
340 @ 4600 rpm
Five main bearings
Hydraulic valve lifters
Carter AFB four-barrel model 3655S.
8.20 x 15
8.00 x 15
Rear axle ratio
Options and accessories available this year were about the same as 1963 at the same prices.