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GL1 was used for many close up scenes as well as many of the driving scenes. The car finished the production without damage. In 1999, the decision was made to make a second reunion movie titled Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard in Hollywood. GL1 was used again for many different close up scene and driving scenes. The car actually performed a very soft jump towards the end of the movie when they are driving through all of the movie sets. If the car received any damage from the jump, it wasn't much at all.
GL1, GL2, and GL3 went back to the WB transportation dept. after filming wrapped in early 2000. The cars sat until 2004 when work began for the new Dukes of Hazzard movie.
In 1996, the decision was made to produce a 2hr made-for-tv movie which was called Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion in Hazzard. This car was built back to it's former General Lee paint scheme and was then labeled as "GL1" for the production. Since the WB crew no longer had another General Lee, to use as a templet, the graphics were a little different than the TV series graphics.
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This car was once known as "WGL02" on the original Dukes of Hazzard TV Series. This car, along with the sound stage car, were not included in the sale of 17 cars to The Dodge Charger Registry in 1991. Warner Brother kept this car and towards the end of 1991, the car was converted into a rough looking "beater" Charger for the movie Forever Young.