Who likes quick pairs of France-related automotive ideas, one good, one bad? Everyone, that’s who! So, everyone, you’re in a French metric crapload of luck, because here’s some of what I just said, right there in the first sentence. Let’s see what we’ve got!
Autotrader decided that they needed to target the habitual cop-fleer and haystack-leaper vintage muscle car market and convince them to modernize their rides. To get that idea across, they secured the Duke boys and their famous whip, the General Lee. But it looks like they're avoiding a certain detail on the car.
The MX-5 is generally considered to be the conclusion people jump to when the question of sports car offers the best bang for your buck is raised. However, if the question at hand is what's a Miata that can jump, then perhaps today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe General Lee-homage would be the answer. That is, unless its…
According to his Twitter account, Bubba Watson, recent winner of the Masters, is a Christian, a husband, a daddy, a pro golfer, and the owner of General Lee 1. He bought the car in January at the Barrett Jackson auto auction in Scottsdale Arizona, shelling out $110,000 for the car form the iconic jump scene featured…
This may not be the most inappropriate homage to every good ol' boy's favorite jumping Dodge Charger we've seen lately, but this E90 four-door M3 in orange with blocky "01" numbers leaves us wondering just what everyone involved was thinking.
At next weekend's Barrett Jackson Scottsdale auction the first 1969 Dodge Charger ever used in "The Dukes of Hazzard" will cross the block with No Reserve. The car was used and destroyed filming a jump off a dirt ramp that was featured in the opening of all 145 episodes of the show.
Police clocked a "Dukes of Hazzard" style Dodge Charger at over 110 miles an hour in Houston, leading to a high speed chase at times topping 120 miles an hour. The chase didn't end at the side of the road, but in the suspect's apartment, with him hiding in the shower.
Following the call of fellow countryman David Bowie's "Rebel, Rebel," a British gentleman has turned his 17-year-old Mitsubishi SUV into the very model of a modern Montero General Lee. All it took was some decals and three lift kits.
As a fundraiser for a Detroit charter school, former Michigan "Fab Five" and NBA player Jalen Rose will auction his customized General Lee from "The Dukes Of Hazzard." Customized how? Let's start with the Confederate flag delete...
Who wouldn't want to see the 2011 Dodge Charger R/T spank the ol' "General Lee." And no, not just a '69 Charger somebody painted orange to look like the General, but an actual survivor from the set of the TV series.
During the set-up for this weekend's Autorama in Detroit, a Pro-Stock Chevy S10 sped out of control and broadsided a General Lee replica from "Dukes of Hazzard."
This is 22-year-old Yasmine Aida Villasana, the intoxicated woman who was videotaped launching her car General Lee-style over a toll booth on Memorial Day. This is the rest of her story.
The Four Dorkmen of the Carpocalypse are at it again, this time taking their "girlfriends" for a ride in a Rocky Mountain sunset, posing with satellite dishes and adding a Decepticon to the collection.