Wednesday, July 11, 2018

interesting twist on the Dukes Charger, a "General Grant" for the union states

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  1. Put Lee and Grant on racetrack, create event "Make Race not War". Ask reenactors to give some show, hell give a signal to start by firing old cannon! :D

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    1. Damn, that's sounds like a plan to me. Now ya just have to find a promoter.

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  2. Brilliant! Why in the world hasn't anyone done this before?

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  3. odd how the two most famous automobiles in the world both have a confederate flag on them.

    The General Lee Charger
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    the Bandit Trans Am

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    1. That is a remarkable coicidence, but, they aren't the two most famous autos in the world. Maybe to guys who were in grade school in the 80s. But, you bring up a good question. What are the components of the most famous car in the world? Hollywood use? Most duplicated in car toys? Comes to mind in a random poll of random people? Or, just to car guys?

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  4. I am the Owner of the Victorious general Grant charger car was Built-in 2006

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    1. our compliments are already printed above for you, so I'll ask, where do you have more photos of your car online so we can admire it some more?

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  5. I suppose the General Grant’s horn goes “Yankee Doodle”

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    1. Brilliant! My compliments!

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    2. No it plays the hymn of the Republic. Everything from the Rims, flag, number, color And year all have some significant meaning the car will be at Iola again this year .

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  6. Yes I am the owner of the one and only general Grant. The car was Built-in 2006, Let me give you a insight on what it stands for. The number 50 is for the 50 States United in peace. Also I used a 68 charger instead of a 69, I used different rims not vectors, the push bar is smaller, and I thought be 5 blue slightly lightened would be an appropriate color for a Union Car. Don't get me wrong I am a Dukes of Hazzard fan, but for all you die hard insulting rebel dude's That think the Dodge Charger is a Southern car you are sadly mistaking there was not one charger made in the Southern States that's all Detroit steel baby and that is in Michigan sorry to burst your bubble. That's all for now folks.

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    1. Those aren't vectors? They look like vectors. Anyway, I get a kick out of the entire theme of being the foil to the General Lee... even tires that are northern, instead of BFG T/As... after all, T/A stands for Tuscaloosa Alabama

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