YEP ! THE REAL DEAL. This is General Lee #6 - The 6th GL ever made
! Well-Documented. This car was built by the original stunt crew
and film crew in Georgia who built the 1st five GLs in GA for the
1st five television episodes of "The Dukes of Hazzard". This car
was never titled to Warner Brothers.
The car was restored in two stages. The first stage was to provide new floors (a 0ne-piece section was added) and new trunk pan.
The second stage (just completed) was to restore the Lee to running/driving condition and to finish it to appear as it did in 1977, with a rebuilt 440cu in. engine, 727 transmission and brand new tan interior.
This car features its original wheels, original gauge cluster (with special marker for driver to maintain drifting speed), original paint with hand painted flag and numbers, etc. She has lots of patina from her active days and is now a pleasure to drive and enjoy on your own dirt back roads or just rolling through town honking your Dixie horn. Yes...Dixie Horn and push bar included !
Note: Old photos and new photos (2017) appear in this ad.
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