Not possible to start it with lucifers? Almost all houses here have a cealed central heater, cant even check nowadays if there is a flame.
Well, at least the outhouse was hot and made sure it fidnt freeze the magazines.
The sheriff's car is less detailed then the AutoWorld General Lee making it also cheaper.
As you can see this model has Dodge lettering on the front where the one in the series didn't.
also this model has an antenna which it should not have.
According to different sources (James Best's Website and HazzardNet) it is either right or wrong that it is a 1974 Doge Monaco. The only changes I could find between an 1974 and a 1975 Dodge Monaco is that the chrome bulge above the front headlights do not exist on the 1975 Dodge Monaco. Thus making this model the wrong year as the one in the tv series didn't have the bulge.
As you can see this model has greenish windows, this is definitely wrong. The version released with the gumball lights had the the right color windows.
Also visible in this picture is that the left rear doors handle isn't chromed while the one on the other side is chromed, if this is with all models or just mine I do not know.
The decals of this model are very detailed. Although very detailed the 'T' in 'COUNTY' and the 'SHERIFF' lettering seem to be not thick enough.
This decal is very nicely made but should not be here, the Georgia Monaco's only had a Sheriff decal on the back of the car where it says Dodge on this model.
Also, while looking at the bumper it seems Rosco had already driven the car before I got it as there is a black patch on the chrome bumper.