This is an incredible General Lee replica built for show and go!
Completely rust free car with only one 1/4 panel replaced before a
show quality paint job was applied using only the best paints,
primers and sealers PPG has to offer. It is wet sanded and buffed
to a mirror finish. The engine bay was painted body colored and
detailed, the jambs are all painted and detailed with new weather
stripping, etc.. Has CrzyC's Graphics which are the best graphics
available. The interior was custom made from leather of a more
plush interior. The car also had sound deadening applied throughout
including the trunk for a quieter more luxurious feel. The engine
is a 426 Hemi Crate engine that is powerful but also tuned to be
reliable. With 20k miles on it on the engine, it is a proven
runner! The engine is backed by a 727 automatic transmission and a
3.55 posi Dana 60 rear end. According to the seller the car the
only issues are the heater core is bypassed, there is no radio and
the speedometer just started to make some noise. This isn't your
typical back yard General Lee replica built on a budget, this is a
quality show car! It has appeared at many Dukes events and has been
autographed by the majority of the cast and crew from Dukes of
Hazzard. This car is being offered for sale by owner. It is not
located at our facility. It can be viewed by serious buyers by
appointment in NC before purchase.
The car is autographed by:
John Schneider "Bo Duke"
Tom Wopat "Luke Duke"
Catherine Bach "Daisy Duke"
Don Pedro "Sherrif Little"
Rick Hurst "Cletus
Sonny Shroyer "Enos"
Ben Jones "Cooter"
Dorothy Best "Rosco's wife"- she signed it in loving Memory of James Best
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