RogerDuke Posted April 12, 2019 Report Share Posted April 12, 2019 Hey there Tony! How have you been? I hope you're doing well. You're right about the cars. However there is a price to pay for everything. When thinking about the loss of those cars realize that they weren't the valuable classics back then that they are today. Nobody would make a show today if it meant destroying 300 Corvettes from the 1950s. Also consider what came from losing those Chargers. One of the most iconic televisions shows in human history brought joy to millions (dare I say a couple billion) people for years and here we are 40 years later and many of them are still finding happiness and many fans who haven't even been born will someday enjoy it. Sure, the glory days of Dukes are never coming back and fan numbers decrease with time (like all iconic shows do) but the Dukes will outlive us currrect fans in some form or another. For Charger fans it can be difficult to think about those cars but look at it this way. Their loss led a fellow Charger to climb to the top of the mountain as the most famous and recognizable car in history.....the General Lee. I doubt anything will ever replace it. MonacoMan, mopardan and Hobie Hartkins 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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