If you are a diehard Mopar fan, then there is no doubt you have watched the iconic TV show, “The Dukes of Hazzard.” The show followed the adventures of “the Duke boys”, cousins Bo Duke (John Schnieder), Luke Duke (Tom Wopat), and the legendary “General Lee” their 1969 Dodge Charger. The show ran for seven seasons from January 1979 to February 1985 and became a favorite for generations of viewers.
One of the stars, John Schnieder has remained an active member of the Mopar community and has owned several classic Dodge Charger models over the years. Schnieder who was one of the founding members of the Children’s Miracle Network continues to act in both movies and TV shows, performs country music, and when he has free time, fans can often find him at different car events or now find him talking to fans on his YouTube channel.
In his most recent YouTube video, Schnieder gives fans a look at five of the most common mistakes he sees on fan’s clone copies of the iconic General Lee. In the video, Schnieder shows just how much of a Mopar guy he is, when he talks about the differences between the 1968 to 1970 B-Body Dodge Charger muscle cars. Nevertheless, he gives some fun tidbits about what the transportation team on the show had to do, to make sure the “General” was always ready to roll, all while giving us a look at his latest personal General Lee.