*** View Only. Vehicle Not For Sale out of Collection! *** This �69 Charger is a replica inspired by the General Lee from the television series The Dukes of Hazzard. The car's name is a reference to the Confederate General Robert E. Lee and it bears a Confederate naval jack on its roof and has a horn which plays the melody from the first line of the song 'Dixie." At least 256 General Lees were used during the filming of the series. First launched in 1966 - the Dodge Charger was an instant hit. With the fastback fad of the mid 1960's, the new Chargers were a streamlined version of the Dodge Coronet, with rich interior and plenty of power. With the Muscle Car Market in full explosion, Mopar fans rushed with enthusiasm to purchase the new Charger.
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