The 1969 Dodge Charger is muscle car royalty. It became an instant icon when it starred front row and center in the Dukes of Hazzard series and captured the hearts of younger car enthusiasts with its role in The Fast And The Furious. As such, it’s well-known and well-loved by car enthusiasts of all sorts all over the globe.
The 1969 Charger was recently the subject of a Petrolicious film. The car, owned by one Bromley Howser, is painted in an absolutely gorgeous shade of lime green that Mopar dubbed with a deservedly cool name – ‘Mysterious Yellow’. Howser acquired the car after getting into a serious motorcycle accident and wanting something a bit safer, which started a trend for him of buying and restoring vintage muscle cars.
Howser’s Charger is a desirable R/T model with the 426 HEMI and a four-speed manual transmission. He also completed a complete rotisserie restoration on the car, so its body lines and overall condition are even better than they would have been if the car had just rolled off the lot in 1969. Hear what he has to say about his beloved HEMI Charger in the video above.