General Lee 69 Charger with Flowmaster 40's Exhaust system: 2.5" dual with
Flowmaster 40's is way to loud for me! Resonates badly from interior and is
loud enough to anger the neighbors just getting out of the driveway. I've
switched to Flowmaster 50 SUV and will post results here soon. Still sounds
great but interior sound level is much improved!
Dodge Charger 1968
1968 Pro-Street Charger
528 Hemi crate motor.
Schumaker motor mounts.
Be Cool Radiator and electric fans
March pulley system with power steering
Keisler 5-speed, dual disc and hydraulic clutch.
MCR custom carbon fiber dash and console
Custom braided hoses
Wilwood cross-drilled and vented front and rear brakes.
5 link rear suspension
MCR custom fabricated rear axle housing
Auto Top shop custom interior with hand made door panels
Custom-stitched bucket seats
Dynamat sound deadener on interior.
MCR fabricated roll cage and wheel tubs
20 X 18 inch rear wheels!
Two thumps up for this car
Dodge Charger 1969 V8 440. Fraquinho hein!
Este modelo não possui o diferencial autoblocante, então no início deu
trabalho fazer as 2 rodas desgarrarem.
Um diferencial autoblocante possibilita que nunca uma só roda frite, ele
"linka" as 2 rodas em conjunto sempre. Este modelo não tinha.
Este é um pátio de apreensão de veículos, imaginamos que o carro iria
para leilão, então os engraçadinhos ficaram brincando com ele.
General Lee cold start backfire
69 Charger General Lee cold start, missfireing, smoking, backfiring... This
is actualy the best cold start yet! It is usually much worse. It generaly
takes 5 plus minutes to warm it up before it is drivable.
dodge charger sound
Dodge Charger coming out of an old car show. lovely sound. btw its not a
The General Lee - 1969 Dodge Charger 440 Big block from Dukes of Hazzard
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This car is actually made from parts that were on the cars in the 2005
Dukes of Hazzard movie as well as parts from the original t.v. series. It
looked to be in immaculate condition and has a 440 Big block for power.
Hope you enjoy taking a look at it and thanks for watching.
1969 Dodge Charger - "General Lee"
http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/index_en.php Here we have a real life
General Lee movie car. This 1969 Dodge Charger General Lee replica has been
built from real movie car parts from the 2005 movie "Dukes of Hazzard." The
previous owner worked on the set of the 2005 "Dukes of Hazzard" movie as a
picture car mechanic. He was involved in locating, building and maintaining
of the pre-production and production cars in this movie. The previous
seller has pictures with himself and some of the cast and crew members from
the movie. Car has original sheet metal except for the fiberglass hood.
This car has the original motor and trans from the TV series car and
original seats and parts from the 2005 movie car. The 440CI and 727 trans
were taken out of the TV Hero car to put in the HEMI engine for the movie.
Both engine and trans have been professionally built and Dyno tested. The interior is
done to General Lee specs including replica steering wheel, B&M Shifter,
tach, CB radio, CD player, CB antenna, harness, etc. This car has a partial
roll cage. Holley 4BBL carb, edelbrock intake, flex fan, Optima battery,
tubular headers, cherry bomb turbo
mufflers, new dual Exhaust and of
course - the General Lee horn. This General Lee replica is a one of a kind
that has been built with parts from cars from both the TV series and the
2005 movie. Have affidavit verifying the genuine movie parts. Just a little
General Lee history: The television series The Dukes of Hazzard (1979-1985)
featured a 1969 Dodge Charger that was named The General Lee, often noted
as being the most recognizable car in the world. "The General" sported the
Confederate battle flag painted on the roof and the words "GENERAL LEE"
over each door. The windows were always open, as the doors were welded
shut. The number "01" is painted on both doors. Also, when the horn button
was pressed, it played the first 12 notes from the de facto Confederate
States anthem "Dixie Land". The muscle car performed spectacular jumps in
almost every episode, and the show's popularity produced a surge of
interest in the car. The show itself purchased hundreds of Chargers for
stunts, as they generally destroyed at least one car per episode. Please,
call us at 800-231-3616 for more details on this car.