WILDCAT — SERIES 4600 — Sportier and plusher, the 1964 Wildcat was liberally trimmed with brightwork including a ribbed, wide lower body molding; a trio of stacked, streamlined ventiports behind each front wheelhouse; a unique grille, with heavy horizontal wing bars, and a center emblem. There was Wildcat lettering on the deck lid and another emblem centered within the deck cove, which had a bright metallic insert with bright horizontal stripes. Wildcat badges appeared on roof quarters (except on the convertible, which had them on the fenders) and within the full wheelcovers. Standard and Custom trim choices were available, including bucket seats and a console. Carpeting was standard, in addition to all the features found on the LeSabre.