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Only Dukes of Hazzard car to survive filming is auctioned for £70,000 (but don't expect doors that open)

Only Dukes of Hazzard car to survive filming is auctioned for £70,000 (but don't expect doors that open)

Did you see the General Lee Dodge Charger at our 2011 SEMA Booth?  This car had just been featured in Hot Rod Magazine

Did you see the General Lee Dodge Charger at our 2011 SEMA Booth? This car had just been featured in Hot Rod Magazine

A 1969 Dodge Charger, dubbed 'The General Lee' from the TV series 'The Dukes of Hazzard', is displayed during the 37th Annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Cars auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, 16 January 2008. The Barrett-Jackson auction company specializes in classic and collectors cars, and their auction in Scottsdale is the world's largest collector car event. This year more than 1,100 cars are on sale during the week. (Getty Images/Gabriel Bouys)

A 1969 Dodge Charger, dubbed 'The General Lee' from the TV series 'The Dukes of Hazzard', is displayed during the 37th Annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Cars auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, 16 January 2008. The Barrett-Jackson auction company specializes in classic and collectors cars, and their auction in Scottsdale is the world's largest collector car event. This year more than 1,100 cars are on sale during the week. (Getty Images/Gabriel Bouys)

Warner Bros. scraps Dukes of Hazzard car toys over Confederate flag controversy

Warner Bros. scraps Dukes of Hazzard car toys over Confederate flag controversy

Bubba Watson says his Dukes of Hazzard General Lee car will have Confederate flag removed | EW.com

Bubba Watson says his Dukes of Hazzard General Lee car will have Confederate flag removed | EW.com

1969 Dodge Charger  "I used to own one, it was lime green. The Dukes of Hazzard car, of course, but it's a strangely beautiful thing. Again, like America, if you ignore its size, it's has some fabulously subtle design details. Some of the lines are breathtaking. I sold mine, though, because it couldn't fit in most towns in Britain."

1969 Dodge Charger "I used to own one, it was lime green. The Dukes of Hazzard car, of course, but it's a strangely beautiful thing. Again, like America, if you ignore its size, it's has some fabulously subtle design details. Some of the lines are breathtaking. I sold mine, though, because it couldn't fit in most towns in Britain."

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