According to the Specification Manuals
 
In 1964: They were generally the cars that had the rear qtr and rear belt moldings that provided a natural break between the top and the body.  The included the Coupe DeVille (body code J, body style # 6357), 4 window Sedan DeVille (body code B, body style # 6339), Fleetwood 60 Special (body code M, body style # 6039), and the 75 series cars (body code R & S and Body style #'s 6723 & 6733 respectively) 
 
In 1963: the only 2 body styles eligible for the vinyl top were the Coupe DeVille and Fleetwood 60 special.
 
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Comment by Jason Edge on March 29, 2013 at 12:09pm

I have some of the 63/64 Coupe DeVille Roof panel and rear belt and rear qtr belt molding so once you determine specific pieces send me an email to jasonedge@nc.rr.com with specfic list of pieces. It is best to refer to shop manual illustrations and part names in the body section of the shop manual.

Comment by Dan Menefee on March 29, 2013 at 10:10am

My 64 came with a vinyl top, although someone had removed it and the roof went to hell.

So I'm interested in replacing it myself and need some suggestions.  The moldings are the tricky part.  Unfortnately someone has damaged several mldgs. when removing them.

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