Jump On This Real Deal General Lee 1969 Dodge Charger

Sep 1, 2021 2 min read
Jump On This Real Deal General Lee 1969 Dodge Charger

This is the perfect Charger for your collection.

If you're a car enthusiast who has a particular affection towards the old days of hard-hitting Mopar muscle then chances are you might remember a little show called The Dukes Of Hazzard. This intense showcasing of the true country boy lifestyle complete with fast-paced action, incredible stunts, and the famous General Lee Charger instantly caught the attention of children and adults alike breathing new life into the muscle car community and leaving behind a legacy that could be compared to that of Smokey And The Bandit. Of course, with this name recognition and high popularity also comes the admiration of builders. This has led many people to build their own General Lee Charger. However amazing those recreations may be, they all pale in comparison to the real deal.

As you might have guessed from the last sentence, this is one of those real deal Chargers. Being just 1 of only 12 officially licensed by Warner Brothers Studios, the Charger is already extremely special. It was created specifically to promote The Dukes of Hazzard TV series. This car has been cared for like a museum car, a setting this car has been in for the last 20 years. It’s powered by a 383 cubic inch 4-bbl V8.

Our Auburn roots run deep and we’re proud to carry the torch forward here in our hometown. Whether as a buyer, seller or enthusiast, you can look forward to a VIP welcome at our 14th annual sale during Labor Day Weekend, staged at our expansive new global headquarters. Consign and bid with confidence and enjoy all of the Auburn, Indiana events. Register now to bid this weekend!

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