include accurately sized and positioned roof and door graphics, removed side
marker lights and Charger C-pillar emblems, removed Charger and R/T grille and
taillight panel emblems, removed headrests, a longer CB antenna, and removed
chrome wheel well moldings. The chassis is more detailed with a primered undercarriage
and black paint over spray - hinting at the General Lee's origins as a black
1969 Charger as seen in the episode "Happy Birthday General Lee".
Instead of the 440-Magnum in the past release, this General Lee has the more
commonly used 383 motor. And gone is the cruise control equipment. Also gone is
the chrome plating used on the wheels of all of the previous General Lee
versions. This is the first General Lee to have the Vector wheels painted
correctly, which is one of the biggest improvements made with this release. Special thanks to Detour Dave for his write-up and pictures!
Great engine detail too....
Die-cast body with opening hood, doors and trunk - Realistic headlights and taillights - Retractable radio antenna - Highly polished electro-plated chrome parts - Realistic hinges on hood - Accurate 383 Magnum engine and engine bay details - Working front and rear suspension - Working
drive train with rotating rear wheels and drive shaft - Steering wheel
and front wheels turn together.
A very well detailed Limited Edition made by AutoWorld.
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