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    I was getting some info on seat covers for my 1964 cruiser. they wanted to know if it was a cruiser or was it a cruiser y9. I had no idea what they were talking about. to me a cruiser is a cruiser. anyone know what they are talking about?. thanks in advance. PS. I won a trophy last sunday for best in class. it kind of perked my interest in my cruiser. ah life is sweet. LEONARD

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    Body symbol Y was a long wheelbase 4-door sedan. A Y9 was that model with the highest level of luxury appointments. All 64 Cruisers were model symbol Y9. 1963 Cruisers were Y8.
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      Who knows just HOW confused these people are!
      They COULD be trying to differentiate a '64 Cruiser Y9 from a '64 Daytona Y8 4 Door Sedan, you never know.

      That difference would be significant, because a Y9 Has a Fold Down Arm Rest in the Back cushion of the Rear Seat and the Y8 does NOT.

      Just know that a '64 Cruiser IS a Y9 Body Type as on your Firewall Tag, and the are NO non-Y9 "Cruiser" 4 Door Sedans, only "Challengers", "Commanders" and "Daytonas"!

      Just tell them you HAVE a Y9 Cruiser WITH a Fold down Rear Arm Rest.
      Unless of course, your Car is modified and it does not.
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      StudeRich
      Second Generation Stude Driver,
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