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  2. Miz Tisdale's Cab

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  3. Signs of Hazzard 1 2 3 4 5

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  4. Cooter's Tow Truck

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  5. The Mean Green Machine

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  6. Buildings of Hazzard 1 2

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  7. Double Zero Mustang

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  8. Famous Movie and TV Cars

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  9. Rosco's Patrol Car 1 2

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  10. General Lee Artwork 1 2 3 4

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  11. Daisy's Road Runner

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  12. General Lee and O1 font.

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  13. Boss Hogg Drawing

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  14. 1/18 Boars Nest

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    • I don't know. He currently has a minority stake in the team. There's talk of Rick Hendrick semi-retiring and Jeff Gordon could kind of fill that role. 
    • Apparently the Neighbors section of the Ring app is useless now. I posted about what I seen last night to alert nearby neighbors and it got removed. Reason given to me was "We are changing what content is allowed in this section due to feedback from users. Previously this content was allowed but it is not now." I wondered why nearby neighbor notifications about anything besides "fireworks noise being mistaken for gunshots" dropped off a cliff the past few weeks. Used to get at least one 'suspicious activity' notification a day from nearby neighbors, now barely see one in a week or two. I feel for them too. Just because of a few bad apples that shouldn't have been cops to begin with, all of them get villified.
    • K, here's a production blooper.  The VERY FIRST TIME we see Daisy's "new" car, the '71 Satellite, is Season 1 Episode 11, "Money to Burn."  It's a dramatic entrance with it coming in right under the camera before looping around to park. I discovered while researching the black stripe that the left stripe must have been MUCH wider at the top than the right side.  You can see how it goes across the roof, and how not only is it not perfectly parallel, but that it's DRAMATICALLY wider on the left than on the right.   I'm guessing maybe the paint crews were under a really tight deadline to throw on the same basic paint scheme of the earlier 74 Roadrunner onto the 71 Satellite?
    • Thanks my friend! Well, the replacement engine was finished (AMT '71 Duster), a small-block to replace the kit's big-block which apparently any smooth-hooded Satellite would never have had.  HOWEVER, many problems arose: 1) Drive shaft too short for the new engine (was lengthened, see previous) 2) Once installed, found it sat 'WAY too low.  Had to redo the already-redone engine mounts to raise it several mm. 3) Once totally installed, found it was still much too far back.  By this time I was far more committed....I would have had to lengthen the drive shaft AGAIN, and redo all three points the engine mounted to.  VERY disappointing to see the distributor almost touching the firewall.  Sadly, I gave in and went with it. Remaining wiring was connected between the engine and the engine compartment.  Hopefully it looks busy enough to divert attention from the 2-3 mm the engine sits too far back.  Learn from this setback, kids....   Now the rear body skirt.  The kit's has two half-circle openings for the high-performance exhausts, which the actual car(s) did not have (see reference).  Easier to plug a square-shaped opening in this case; so it was done with plastic, then sanded and blended to shape. Then once installed, it was blended into the body, then primed and painted to make it look like it's all part of the body, totally connected.  Couldn't do it before the chassis was installed; it wouldn't have fit and it would have been torn apart in the process (only have to make that mistake once to know). 
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