Nice General Lee shot. Unfortunately, another Charger is about to be destroyed.
In June we showed you one of the General Lees from the recent Auto Trader commercial, that was for sale on eBay. Find it here. There were apparently six Chargers used/abused in the making of that commercial. Now another Charger from the commercial is on eBay. This one isn’t quite as clean as the first one–this one did a lot of the jumps. Follow the eBay auction here. More pics after the jump!
AutoTrader recently reunited Bo and Luke Duke and a certain orange Charger in a commercial to promote their new app. Find it here. Not two weeks later, a car reported to have been used in that commercial is for sale on eBay. You can’t argue with studio documentation I guess. More pics after the jump!
Bo and Luke team up again for a new AutoTrader commercial. The General is finding it hard to compete with those new fangled Chargers so the boys use AutoTrader to find something more appropriate. It’s great to see them together again but please, stop jumping Chargers! Find more info on the ad at Street Legal TV. Commercial after the jump!
How’s this for a cool Duel poster? Find other movie/TV car posters at BangShift.
The Superman themed Ram Power Wagon built by Chrysler to promote the movie Man of Steel is going to auction. Funds raised are to go to the LA Family Housing charity that helps families escape from homelessness and poverty. Find more info at CarBuzz. I always pictured Superman as more of a Viper guy. More pics after the jump!
“It’s got a plastic cop motor, a 440 cubic inch plastic plant, it’s got plastic cop tires, plastic cop suspension, plastic cop shocks. It’s a model made before plastic catalytic converters so it’ll run good on regular plastic gas. What do you say, is it the new Lego Bluesmobile or what?” It’s the entire mall chase scene from The Blues Brothers but done in Lego! I still hate to see any C-bodies wrecked though, even plastic ones. As seen at BangShift. Videos after the jump!
Mopar Muscle Magazine called this “the coolest Daytona at SEMA” on their Facebook page. Maybe they are hiring interns who don’t know Mopars? Cause this is a Chevy-powered movie car. Note that the hood is closed… More pics after the jump!