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On 6/11/2017 at 12:16 PM, Lee2 said:

Hey do you have any update to this Lee? Is this a 69 or 68. What was the original color? Is there any sign from where a roll cage was welded to the floor? The 3 chargers that went back to Ca were Lee 3 and the 2 68s built in Ga. So if this is real its either Lee 2 or its the High Octane Lee. From the lack of crash damage to the rear, if it is authentic it has to be Lee 2.

Well, according to this it can't be Lee2. Article claims Lee2's roof was cut off when they built the last GA Lee. The stories on the early cars are so intriguing yet so contradictory.

https://jimsuva.typepad.com/blog/2019/12/last-built-general-lee-in-georgia.html

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2 hours ago, JRC99 said:

Well, according to this it can't be Lee2. Article claims Lee2's roof was cut off when they built the last GA Lee. The stories on the early cars are so intriguing yet so contradictory.

https://jimsuva.typepad.com/blog/2019/12/last-built-general-lee-in-georgia.html

What a fascinating story. It has more twists than a Hazzard County dirt road. Thanks for sharing it JRC99 and it sure is good to hear from you again. And HAPPY BIRYHDAY later this week!

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1 hour ago, RogerDuke said:

What a fascinating story. It has more twists than a Hazzard County dirt road. Thanks for sharing it JRC99 and it sure is good to hear from you again. And HAPPY BIRYHDAY later this week!

Thank you! True to Duke spirit, I'm planning on trying Moonshine since I'm turning 21. 

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