1969 Dodge Charger “General Lee”
Auction house: Barrett-Jackson | Sale price: $121,000
During seven seasons, the TV series Dukes of Hazzard deployed — and sometimes destroyed — a small army of Dodge Chargers. Of the more than 300 General Lees that appeared on the show, this was the original. Called, appropriately, "Lee 1," the car had a short career in Hollywood: one 82-foot-long leap over a police cruiser in the opening chase scene of the series' inaugural episode. Though it was restored to its pre-jump condition, we're guessing that, sadly, the doors aren't welded shut.
A collision on the highway sends a tow truck careening into oncoming traffic.
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