My 1962 Plymouth Valiant V-100 is a four door sedan model with the following options and equipment:
170 slant six
single barrel Carter carb with automatic choke
3 speed manual on the column
back up lights
V-200 trunk emblem
the original 45 rpm record player (RCA for Chrysler)
60 Nardi Steering wheel
Philips short wave am radio with three loud speakers
13 inch Cragar wheels with white wall Michelins; (we have also the BF
Goodrich Silvertown 7.25 white walls with v-200 hubcaps and the original grille)
a "summer" original radiator with a six blade big fan and summer termostat
The car has the original engine which was overhauled in 1973.
The car has almost all the original upholstery (it has carpets) with a wood work done by my father in the sixties.
The Valiant V-100 was bought new by my father and is in my hands since 1988. It was stripped all over in 1997 and painted with high glamour Dupont urethane in a Indian Metallic pearl red; (the original color is aqua blue).
Update December 2002
I installed new bucket seats in my 1962 Valiant V-100.
The seats came from a Mexican assembled Valiant '66 named the "Acapulco".
The photo also shows a '62 Dodge console that we also restored.
You don't see many 1962 Plymouth Valiant V-100's any more, and yours looks great!
It is wonderful that you kept the car in the family, too!