In this following videos you guys are going to see two amazing muscle cars Dukes Of Hazzard Car, that is also called General lee and the other one is Ford Gran Torino from Starsky & Hutch ! Two shows that I loved from my childhood were The Dukes of Hazzard, and Starsky and Hutch. And probably the main reason I loved these shows was the fact that they were always driving like complete maniacs! I can quote car stats like some people quote sports stats. So when I came across this video I had to share it! Here British TV show 5th Gear races two of the most famous TV cars ever, the first one is Dukes Of Hazzard Car the General Lee and the other one is Starsky and Hutch’s Ford Gran Torino.
The Dukes Of Hazzard and Starsky & Hutch movies were both great, and this video is an honorable tributes to the original shows. When I was in my childhood, Dukes of Hazzard seemed to be aimed at a younger audience. I can’t help with it but wonder how accurate this dukes of hazzard general lee car was to the real one. The General lee Dukes Of Hazzard Car had a 511 cubic inch Hemi with 550 HP, with suspension and brake upgrades. The Torino had a 435 HP Windsor 360.
Dukes Of Hazzard Car Vs Starsky & Hutch
This is One of the worse reviews on both the Dukes Of Hazzard Car and the Starsky & Hutch. I think there was a better group mixed of British and americans who brought out the bandit and lee and all they did a actual show and review which was 500% better than this trash.
The Dukes Of Hazzard Car had drum brakes all around safe bet the Ford Torino had disc brakes up front at least. In the TV show, Dukes Of Hazzard general lee Car was never described as a stock charger, so I’m sure it would not have had high gears in the back. if you hear the car in the idling shots on the show, you can tell it’s not a stock 440. Now let’s compare handling of a 1960’s car to that of a 1970’s car and yet the charger still did fine and the ford got the GT trim. The trick is to use the REAR wheels to turn and also according to the US EPA, these cars are still considered intermediates, not large or even standard sized. Both muscle cars were gear-heads, and every good ol’ southern boy mods his car to get the most horsepower possible out of it. Watch some more videos of the general lee dodge charger.