The most famous Star Automobile in tv historical past is the orange 1969 Dodge Charger R/T called the Basic Lee. This motor vehicle was the star of the mid-to-late 1970s television present referred to as the Dukes of Hazzard and was element of America’s redneck lifestyle that showcased speedy cars, Daisy Duke, moonshine, hicks, and dense lawmen.
On Friday Might 4, 2007 at 10:02 AM a the latest version of this 1969 Dodge Charger R/T bought on eBay Motors (eBay auction product 250108256198) for $9,900,500.00. That is ideal folks, a interesting 10 million dollars.
This car or truck did not show up in any of the Tv demonstrates but did look in a motion picture termed “The Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard in Hollywood” produced in Could 2000. John Schneider explained the title as “Dukes Go To Hollywood” in the eBay listing. Also in the eBay shown was an graphic that indicated the Standard Lee was from John Schneider’s personalized collection and was crafted in December 1997 and was #4 of 4. Other images of the Basic Lee can also be found in the eBay listing. The most crucial element of this vehicle is that less than the hood are the autographs of all the dwelling authentic forged associates and crew that had been on the Tv set clearly show.
Most of us will not have 10 mil to expend on a Dukes of Hazzard 1969 Dodge Charger R/T but you can make your classic appear and sound like just one.
The unique Basic Lee’s landing equipment were being American Racing Vector SE Series 47 rims. American Racing has yet again launched the basic classic Vector SE Series 47 wheels. These rims had the type and appeal that brings back memories of the 1970s and the 01 Standard Lee. What could be much more proper for your classic car than a established of American Racing Vector SE Series 47 rims.
The Typical Lee would not have been entire with out its horn. The horn performs “Way Down South in the Land of Cotton” and is now identified as the Dukes of Hazzard motor vehicle horn. So announce your arrival or departure boldly with this popular salute to the south!