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FEATURE: 1969 Dodge Charger – Dukes of Hazzard ‘General Lee’

DSC_0041v_72In the world of celebrity cars, few are as iconic as the eye-searing orange 1969 Dodge Charger from the 1980s “Dukes of Hazard” television series. Easily recognizable by the Confederate naval jack painted on the roof, the blocky “01” script on the doors and its Dixie-trumpeting horn, this four-wheeled star rivaled the fame and popularity of its human co-stars. Given the name “General Lee,” the Charger is most remembered for its on-screen leaps, launching over ravines, rivers, barns and pretty much anything else Bo and Luke Duke encountered while tearing up the backwoods of Hazzard County, Georgia.

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  1. Was there when John Schneider was reunited with the General Lee at Volo Auto Museum. It was such an awesome day and definately one I will never forget! Thanks Volo Auto Museum for making my life long wish of meeting John Schneider and seeing the General Lee in person come true!

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