“If I have a choice between being good and being lucky, I’ll take being lucky. But being good at what you do is always a great plus.” 

Bromley Howser’s words definitely ring true to just about every car enthusiast alive. Howser has worked on several beautiful classic cars over the years, ranging from a 1970 Chevelle complete with a 454, to a 1964 Corvette Stingray, a car he’s felt passionately about since he was a child. But the jewel in the crown has to be the 1969 Dodge Charger, painted a beautiful, unique green.

Howser found the car and all of its parts in Denver. The body was laid out in a field and the engine was in pieces, spread out across a garage floor. The most amazing part of the entire build, was that, except for a fuel pump and alternator, the car was completely original.

So San Bernardino is now graced with the 1969 Sublime Green Charger. Congratulations, San Bernardino.

Related: See why the 1969 Chevy Impala is the “definitive” muscle car

Finding a Dodge Charger strewn across a field is just the start of this awesome restoration Petrolicious /YouTube:
Will Lewis About the author:
Will is an Atlanta native, who spends his time hiking with his dog, Marty, and seeing how deep he can submerge his Subaru in mud without ruining it; it’s more than he thought.
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