Collectables

The Dukes of Hazzard finished in the Nielsen top 20 for four consecutive seasons, finishing at No. 2 in 1981. The Top 20 streak would probably have continued if Duke boy actors Tom Wopat and John Schneider had not decided to sit out the 1983 fall season because of a contract dispute. Wopat and Schneider filed a lawsuit for $25 million against Warner Brothers, alleging that the company shortchanged them on royalties from the $190 million worth of Dukes toys, games, and clothes--sales "considered to be among the most lucrative in TV history." When Wopat and Schneider left and CBS tried to cast replacement cousins Coy and Vance, The Dukes plummeted from the top 20 and never made it back, making the show a victim of its own success.

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1:18 General Lee first edition

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Released by ERTL in 2001, this is the first 1:18 scale die-cast General Lee produced since the eighties.

Noticable is the black interior, which should have been a tan interior, the black "General Lee" lettering on the roof, which should have been blue if they wanted to make it 'series correct'. But maybe the biggest mistake they made is the Florida plate at the back of the car. We all know the Dukes were from Georgia.


1:18 General Lee second edition

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A year later, in 2002, ERTL released the second edition of the General Lee in 1:18 scale.

This time with the correct tan colour interior. Also the "General Lee" text is blue this time. The Florida license plate on the back has been left off. In the years after this model has been released by a lot of other companies. Johnny Lightning was one of them. In 2005, Joyride put Johnny Knoxville, Seann William Scott and Jessica Simpson on the box who were featured in a Dukes of Hazzard remake movie that same year.

1:18 General Lee dirty edition

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In 2005, ERTL American Racing presented the Dirty General Lee 1:18 scale.

With all the time ol Bo and Luke spent on the back roads of Hazzard County, trying to outrun the local law, its no wonder the General Lee sometimes looked the worst for wear. The Duke boys liked to play hard, and when youre playing its only natural to get down and dirty! The General shows off its latest battle wear with a special dirty paint scheme.


1:18 General Lee Raceday edition

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This "Raceday Edition" was also released by ERTL American Muscle back in 2002.

With the front of the car in primer and graphics on the doors and roof not finished, this is what they thought the General Lee looked like after a day of racing. A bit of a strange release, but hard to find these days.

1:18 General Lee black edition

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This completely black 1969 Dodge Charger was produced in 2001 by ERTL.

This is what the General Lee looked like when the Duke boys bought it as can be seen in the "Happy Birthday, General Lee" episode. Only 1000 of these were made worldwide. Models are numbered underneath the car on the car's exhaust.

1:18 Rosco Copcar first edition

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In 2007, Joyride released a 1974 Dodge Monaco Rosco Police Car.

Although most people will remember Rosco's car being a 1977 Plymouth Fury, this is what he drove in the first few episodes. Only Rosco's car did have a Aerodynic Police Lightbar on the roof, not just two lights as this model does.

1:18 '68 Ford Mustang Double Zero

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A 1968 Ford Mustang GT "Double Zero" was released by ERTL in 2001.

As seen in the 1997 CBS Reunion movie, the Double Zero was allegedly the only car to ever win from the General Lee in an overland race. This die-cast model came with a 1:64 scale copy of the car in the box. It was re-released in 2013.

General Lee Dodge Charger

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Molded in orange, this 1:25 scale plastic model kit of the General Lee was first released by MPC in 1981. Years later, in 1997 and in 2001 it was re-released. The 2001 edition had the Confederate flag removed from the images on the box for political correct reasons... A flag was inside the box though.

Sheriff Rosco's Police Car

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Sheriff Rosco's Police Car was one of four official Dukes of Hazzard model kits released in the 80's by MPC. It came with a few options that the TV car didn't have, like a search lights, a speaker and an antenna mounted on the side of the trunk. The model was molded white, so you didn't have to paint it.

Daisy's Jeep CJ

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Daisy's "Dixie" Jeep was also releasd in 1981 by MPC. Daisy got her Jeep from a rich girl's father after her yellow Plymouth fell off a cliff. This model has also been re-released a few times, giving the box a complete re-design. In 2005, AMT even put Jessica Simpson on the box.

Cooter's Tow Truck

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Although Cooter has had several model towtrucks, this one is probably the most recognizable. Whenever a car broke down in Hazzard County, Cooter was always there to come to the rescue. This model kit has some minor flaws. The confederate flag on the roof wasn't there on television and the back half of the car should be white. Released in 1982.

The Ghost of General Lee

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It’s the Ghost of General Lee! In 1979, the famous “Ghost of General Lee” episode aired on TV. It featured Rosco getting scared out of his wits by a glowing General Lee Charger, back from the dead, or so he thought! MPC has created a special kit of the infamous ghostly General Lee from this episode, and it features glow in the dark plastic parts!

Daisy's Plymouth Roadrunner

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In 2009, MPC released Daisy's firt car; her yellow Plymouth Road Runner. This was the car she drove before she got het famous "Dixie" Jeep. Molded in white with chrome, black vinyl tires and water-release decals, Daisy's Road Runner comes in no less than 95 parts! Don't let Bo and Luke drive it cause they will probably run it down a cliff at some point.

1:16 Scale General Lee

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This big 1:16 scale model kit, re-released by MPC in 2010, is an exact replica of the model that was released back in the 80's. This kit comes with a detailed engine with fuel lines and ignition wiring. It has highly detailed suspension with torsion bars and dual shocks. Molded in white so it needs to be painted orange.

Dukes' Digger

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The Dukes' Digger is one of three 'Snap Model Kits' that were released. You didn't need glue to put this model together. The strange thing about these 3 models is that they were never seen in the tv series. These models were completely made up. The Dukes' Digger is a Hot-Rod like care molded in orange, black and silver.

Cooter's Cruiser

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This is what Cooter used to drive in his spare time. At least that's what MPC wanted us to believe. This car was also never seen on tv. Cooter's Cruiser was a Snap Model Kit, which means you didn't need glue to put this model together. It was molded in black, blue and silver. These Snap Model Kits were 1:32 scale.

Boss Hogg's Hauler

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Did County Commissioner Boss J.D. Hogg really haul his moonshine in this? With that big portret of himself on the side of the van it might have been a bit to conspicuous. But with brother-in-law Rosco P. Coltrane as a sheriff, anything is possible. This 1:32 scale Snap Model was molded in white, black and silver.

1:25 General Lee Die Cast model

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Dukes of Hazzard General Lee. 1969 Dodge Charger. Size: 1:25 scale. Manufacturer: Ertl. Released in: 2002. Has been released by several manufacturers and is still in production.

General Lee Hot Rod Die Cast model

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Dukes of Hazzard General Lee Hot Rode model with large wheels at the back. This model isn't build at any scale as it is kind of cartoonish. Manufacturer: Joyride. Released in: 2005. Detailed engine & interior.

1:36 Corgi General Lee with metal figures

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1:36 scale Dukes of Hazzard General Lee 1969 Dodge Charger. Manufactured by Corgi and released in 2001. Came with Bo and Luke Duke metal figures.


1:18 GENERAL LEE RADIO CONTROLED CAR

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High performance 27Mhz RC Car. Full function, drives 6 directions. Scale: 1:18. Includes Dixie Horn. Manufacturer: Malibu International LTD. Released in: 2006.


Dukes of Hazzard LCD QUARTZ WATCH

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In metal case with stainless steel band. Features: Hours / Minutes / Seconds / Month / Date / Push Button Light. Released in: 1981. Manufacturer: Unisonic. Comes in a nice hard plastic box.

QUALITY LCD QUARTZ WATCH

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Has a picture of the General Lee riding on two wheels and being chased by Sheriff Rosco. Features: Hours / Minutes / Seconds / Month / Date / Push Button Light. Comes in sturdy "Flat Back" case. Made in Hong Kong

Dukes of Hazzard LCD CALCULATOR

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The Dukes of Hazzard LCD Calculator. 8 digit display, Auto shut off, Full feature memory. Batteries included, Instruction booklet included. All metal cabinet. Released in: 1981. Manufacturer: Unisonic. Made in Taiwan

SPEED JUMPER ACTION STUNT SET

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Shifts into second speed, charges up ramp, jumps long distances, crashes through walls! Manufacturer: Knickerbocker. Released in: 1982


Premiere 9 inch Action Figures

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These figures are from Exclusive Premiere and are about 9 inches tall. They come with a stand a checkered flag and a bow with dynamite arrow. Numbered series. Manufactured by Exclusive Tou Productions, Inc. Los Angeles. There's Bo, Luke and Daisy.

The Dukes of Hazzard View-Master 3D

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3 discs with 21 images. Based on episode #76 "Pin the Tail on the Dukes". Jesse's old friend Hector is just back from prison and champing at the bit for revenge on Boss Hogg for stealing his land.Released in: 1982 by View-Master International N.Y. U.S.A. Printed in Belgium

FINGER RACERS CRASH CARS

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Lock car into position. Aim at target. Press ejection button. Watch 'em crash! Released in: 1981. Manufacturer: Knickerbocker. For ages 3 and up.



THE DUKES OF HAZZARD ANNUAL BOOKS

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Filled with commics, Duke Trivia, Dukes stories and lots more. Released yearly in the USA and UK. Released in: 1979-1985 Publisher: Purnell / Grandreams



Johnny Lightning Series 1

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Series 1 of Johnny Lightning Dukes of Hazzard was released in january 2007. It contains 6 cars; a 1969 Dodge Charger "General Lee", Daisy's '72 Roadrunner, a '77 Dodge Monaco Police Car, Daisy's Dixie Jeep CJ, a dirty 1969 Dodge Charger General Lee and Cooter's '70 Camaro.


Johnny Lightning Series 2

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Series 2 of Johnny Lightning Dukes of Hazzard was released in august 2007. This release contains 8 cars; 3 versions of the General Lee, including a Zinger and a black version, a dirty version of Daisy's Jeep, Enos' Patrol Car, Sheriff Little's Patrol Car, Hughie Hogg's 60s Volkswagen Beetle and a '68 Camaro Gray Ghost Jr.

Johnny Lightning Series 3

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Series 3 of Johnny Lightning Dukes of Hazzard was released in november 2007. This release contains 6 cars; Double Zero Mustang, Finchburg County Sheriff, Enos' Race Car, Uncle Jesse's Pickup, General Lee and Molly Hargrove's Race Car



Johnny Lightning Series 4

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Series 4 of Johnny Lightning Dukes of Hazzard was released in january 2008. This release contains 6 cars; General Lee (as seen in 'The Beginning' movie with white letter tires, Daisy's Plymouth Roadrunner Zinger, the Carnival of Thrills Chevy Vega, State Police Car, Black Tilie II 1967 Mustang and #44 Buick GN Race Car.


Johnny Lightning Series 5

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Series 5 of Johnny Lightning Dukes of Hazzard was released in may 2008. This release contains again 6 cars; Dirty General Lee, Cooter’s Tow Truck, Rosco’s Camo Patrol Car (as seen in season 3 episode 'The Great Hazzard Hijack'), Carnival of Thrills ‘76 Ford Torino , Ghost of General Lee (lighter orange) and a Dukes Monster Truck.


Johnny Lightning Series 6

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Series 6 of Johnny Lightning Dukes of Hazzard was released in august 2008. This last release contains only 4 cars; a damaged General Lee (as seen in the 2005 movie), County Police Car, Rosco’s Patrol Car Zinger and Cooter’s Plymouth (from Duke vs. Duke episode minus the graphics)


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