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Country throwback song of the day

Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings. They were “The Highwaymen”. But, they were more than that, they were four individual icons that came together every now and again to light up the country music landscape, and show the poppish country industry what real country music was. 402 more words


Dodge Charger

The Charger was redesigned for 1968, and sales increased. Based on the Chrysler B platform, the model years received various cosmetic changes to the exterior and interior including: an undivided grill, rounded tail lights, and hidden headlights. 44 more words


Turning 40: My Top 10 Favorite Toys

As I inch closer and closer to my 0th birthday this March, I find myself asking all sorts of deep questions that I’ve never though about before. 1,298 more words


How the Dukes of Hazzard Saved Me

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I was 25, living at home, unreliable car in shop, freelancing to support myself while I was in grad school. 914 more words


Trouble in Hazzard, Part-One

Sheriff Rosco P. Coletrain inserted the key into the cell door, and with a turn, locked it tight. “Now don’t you go running off,” the quirky sheriff chortled. 2,600 more words

Fun Day Y'all!

On Monday morning we headed out early to Cooter’s Place, which was free to enter and full of Dukes of Hazzard artifacts and mementos. Many of the collections have been donated by the cast, stuntmen, and production staff, but the majority of items belonged to the owner, Ben Jones, who portrayed Cooter on the TV series. 738 more words

Tourist Attractions

The Ford General Lee - A Crown Vic Gets Transformed into a Dodge Charger

Endangered Mopars

Last year I wrote a piece stating that second generation Dodge Chargers are the Sean Bean of movie cars. Why? Because if you see a 1968-1970 Dodge Charger in a film or TV show the odds are that it’s going to be jumped, crashed, totaled, or rolled for the sake of action. 738 more words