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Full-sized color-keyed Wheel Covers
Full-sized Wheel Covers were color-keyed to the exterior paint colors, and provided as standard equipment on all 1964 Imperials
Crown Four-Door Hardtop

413 Cubic Inch V-8 Engine (340 Horsepower)
TorqueFlite Pushbutton Automatic Transmission
Power Steering
Power Brakes
Remote-Controlled Outside Rearview Mirror
Instrument Panel Safety Padding, Top and Bottom
Hidden Storage Compartments in Front Doors
Front and Rear Center Arm Rests
Air-Foam Padded Seat Cushions and Backs, Front and Rear
Rear Seat Assist Handles
Interior Courtesy Lights located in Door Pulls
Illuminated Front Seat Ashtray-Lighter Unit
Dual Rear Seat Ashtray-Lighter Units in Arm Rest Consoles
Map Light, Glove Box and Trunk Lights
Vanity Mirror on passenger-side Windshield Visor
Non-Glare Inside Rearview Mirror
Automatic Parking Brake Release
Back-up Lights
Rear License Plate Frame
Variable-Speed Electric Windshield Wipers
Winshield Washers
Electric Clock
Trunk Carpeting
8.20 x 15 Rayon Tubeless Whitewall Tires
Driver's door arm rest console features luxury controls to pamper Imperial drivers:

Shown (L to R):
Interior Door Handle
Power Window Lock-Out Switch
Power Window Controls (2 rows)
Power Vent Window Controls (1 row)
     (optional on Crown models)
Power Door Locks (optional)
Driver's door arm rest console
1964 Imperial deck lid and rear bumper detail

The 1964 Imperial introduced an elegant rear deck treatment that was very reminiscent of the Lincoln Continental, yet with a distinct Imperial flair that made it Imperial's alone...
Crown Coupe
(In addition to/instead of items listed above)

Executive Aircraft-Type Seats
Individual Power Seat Adjustment, Driver and Passenger
Reclining Front Passenger's Seat
Prime-Grade Top-Grain Leather Upholstery
Removable Head Rests for Front Seats
Head Rest Storage Pockets
Smaller Rear Window

Crown Convertible
(In addition to/instead of items listed above)

Power Convertible Top
Matching Convertible Top Tonneau Cover
LeBaron and Crown Coupe models feature a smaller rear window to provide rear seat passengers with additional privacy. This feature really makes these models stand apart from the others when viewed from the rear...
LeBaron and Crown Coupe smaller rear window detail
1964 Imperial LeBaron right front quarter detail
LeBaron: the ultimate Imperial
(In addition to/instead of items listed above)

Power-Controlled Vent Windows
6-Way Power Seat Control
Dual Adjustable Reading Lamps in Rear Pillars
Spare Tire Cover
Walnut Interior Trim
Flocked Trunk Carpeting

1964 Imperial Contents

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