There's nothing quite like the full rebellion feeling that comes
from owning a 1970 Dodge Charger in full General Lee livery. After
all, the good-timing attitude this inspires while you play Dixie on
the horn is always in style. And the 440 big block under the hood
is ready for all the hijinks, too!
A Charger R/T already has a huge desirability factor that comes from the unique elements like the hidden headlights, extra-wide chrome bumpers, and flying buttress C-pillars. But then you add the superstar element like the Harley Davidson Orange paint that glows so bright, you'll still be recognizable even at night. Originally Plum Crazy, which incidentally is the first year this color was introduced, this custom build becomes that much more interesting. It makes for a great canvas to add the General Lee's signature graphics and push bumper. It even has the large whip antenna for the CB radio! Finish it off with the correct Vector wheels, and this is the general that commands all others when it shows up on the scene.
Chargers are popular because they're fast, but they're also spacious, comfortable, and surprisingly luxurious, too. While the Duke Boys had to slide through the windows, you'll be happy to open the door and slip into the comfy bucket seats. Plus, a center console is always a welcome sight, especially with the stylized wood paneling and bright shifter poking through. Beyond the factory three-spoke steering wheel is a factory full gauge package. In fact, this one feels so authentic, the dash light still shines on the factory AM radio (display only). Plus, the provisions for power windows let you take down all the glass and show off the hardtop profile without ever leaving the driver's seat. But when you see the CB and roll bar, you're also instantly reminded of the kind of fun The Dukes of Hazzard was all about.
The engine bay proudly announces its big block power. The air grabber tells you there's a superior 440 cubic-inch V8 topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. It all looks great within the bold orange engine bay. You'll love the way this one fires up, and how the newer dual exhaust announces the big block power to the world with a thunderous rumble. And while this is a total power package to could easily be used to jump a ravine, this General Lee was built to be an easy driver, too. You're going to want to show this Mopar off everywhere, and so you'll be glad to have great anytime driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes.
If you're looking for a speedy Mopar with the right fun attitude, it's hard to beat a big block General Lee. So don't miss this opportunity, call today!