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    • Cousin Calderone... Cousin Skipper Duke here. He is the guy who rescued Lee #1(jump car from end of opening credits theme song video) from a GA junkyard where it sat for years dressed up as the Richard Petty wrecked race car #71 from Repo Men Season 1 Episode 4. It had changed hands a few times before being fully restored to pre jump condition. Hope this helps you. It's The car from the title shot of Waylon Jennings as The Balladeer.
    • It's great to hear from you again, MM, and I'm so glad it's with good news.
    • Just to follow up... I got the final pathology report from my procedure. It says "no neoplasm identified". I'm pretty sure that means I'm still cancer free. Yay! I have a follow up with my doc on the 23rd to go over everything. I have an echocardiogram coming up on Monday and I think after that, hopefully, that should be the last of the medical tests/procedures for the rest of the year.
    • If you're on a budget, I spotted this online during the week .
    • Welcome to HNet, MissMausoleum. I wouldn't be an expert on this, but I can tell you that it's impossible to build an exact replica because the General changed over the seasons. For example, earlier cars had a narrower nudge bar welded to the bumper, but later cars had a wider one which attached to the frame. Side makers and back up lights can be seen on some cars but not on others. Some people like to include the decal of the crossed flags by the rear window, but that only appeared in the Georgia episodes. Engine-wise, the majority of Generals had a 383, but they also used some 318s and 440s (but no Hemis). The list goes on. Your best bet is to either pick a specific car to copy, or to combine the details you prefer. If you've been watching on Prime, you may have missed out on the DVD extras. The one below includes memories from some of the people who worked with the cars as well as a brief history of the Charger. Let us know how you get on.
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