Jump On This Real Deal General Lee 1969 Dodge Charger

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This is the perfect charger for your collection.
If you're a car enthusiast with a special affection for the old days of the badass Mopar muscle, then you probably remember a little show called The Dukes Of Hazzard. This intense presentation of the true country boy lifestyle with fast-paced action, incredible stunts and the famous General Lee Charger immediately caught the attention of children and adults, breathed new life into the muscle car community and left a legacy that could be in the Compared to Smokey And The Bandit. With this fame and high popularity comes naturally also the admiration of the building owners. This has led many people to build their own General Lee Charger. As amazing as these replicas are, they all pale in comparison to the realities.
As you might have guessed from the last sentence, this is one of those real chargers. As just one of only 12 Charger officially licensed by Warner Brothers Studios, the Charger is already extremely special. It is specially designed to promote the TV series The Dukes of Hazzard. This car has been cared for like a museum car, an environment that this car has been in for the past 20 years. It is powered by a 383 cubic inch 4-bbl V8.
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