Update: This General Lee is back up for auction!
Here's a rare one: a surviving stunt-jump General Lee from the 2005 Dukes of Hazzard movie! This battle-tested General has no backseat, no passenger seat, and lacks some of the pretty details you'll find on replicas.
Instead, it has a full interior cage, a 440 motor, and doors that are welded shut. This car is all business and has plenty of bad attitude.
This ain't your Sunday-drive or show car General Lee. This is a flying machine that jumped 100 feet in the Dukes of Hazzard movie, and survived well enough to be straightened out and made road-worthy. This car has been featured in the Mopar Collector's Guide as well as Hot Rod Magazine. This is a General Lee that gives you some bragging rights with ownership.
This piece of silver-screen history has no title. Bill of sale only. Per the seller, Warner Bros. removed the VIN plate from the dash, but it's still visible on the radiator support.
The seller claims this General Lee is street legal and wears current state tags, but you may want to check your own state's registration guidelines.
Seller claims that authenticity is documented. If you want a General Lee that stands out from the crowd, this one's worth checking out! Look at the details on the ebay listing and contact the seller if you have questions. Oh, and get yourself a helmet, just in case you're tempted to take a flight. As of press time, bids were running around $11,000 and reserve was not met. A buy-it-now price of $25,00o is shown.