www. Real General Lee .com
Power Performance News; August 2017: "All The General's Men" Cam Benty and Tom Sarmento wrote this great behind-the-scenes article about the crew who built the General Lee's as well as every other car needed for the Dukes. There are some great stories and information in the article.
Go to the following link to read the article.
The Kibbe and Finnegan Show is a podcast radio show about cars, guy stuff, occasional behind-the-scenes stories from Roadkill... and of course, in each episode, they review an episode of our favorite show... The Dukes of Hazzard. I have the joy of helping them with what Rob Kibbe likes to call, "ConDog's Insider Information". I just like to help out where I can. The guys like to give me a hard time. Oh well. To listen to the show, go to The MuscleCar Place homepage and click on The Kibbe and Finnegan Show link... and, Enjoy!
Recent News & Magazine Articles
MyHorryNews.com; July 9, 2015: "N.C. man behind General Lee talks about Dukes of Hazard during Horry County visit" Tom O'Dare did a great article on Tom Sarmento, who was head Mechanic on the Dukes of Hazzard television series. It is well worth the read!
Go to the following link to read the article. http://www.myhorrynews.com/entertainment/article_66769a9e-2678-11e5-9435-ff41984b2b2e.html#.VaKn0GBL0sI.link
For a General Lee to be considered "Real" or "Authentic", it must have been SCREEN USED in a "Dukes of Hazzard" related major production. Basically, it had to be used in the original TV series, Reunions, Movies, or the AutoTrader commercial. Everything else should not be considered to be "REAL".
Finally!! A site that is dedicated to the surviving REAL General Lee's that were used on the 1978-85 TV Series, 1997 "Reunion in Hazzard", 2000 "Hazzard in Hollywood", 2005 "Dukes of Hazzard" movie, 2007 "The Beginning" movie, and even the 2014 production of the AutoTrader.com commercial. Check back often for many great behind the scene pictures, info, and so much more.