Collector Gary Repcik asked me to share some Dukes items he has for sale. A lot of his items are autographed and look to be in great condition. I am putting up a few pictures, but he has a lot more items. He can be reached at email@example.com
Our friend from across the pond, James Fisher, shared this cool birthday card he recently picked up. It's a mix between the General Lee and the Starsky and Hutch Torino. Love when companies show love for the Dukes. Thanks for sending it James.
Thanks to my post about the new DK General Lee BMX bicycle, I had a cool conversation with Jesse who works at DK. He told me that he liked the post and gave me a little history about the Bike. The original was released over ten years ago and was built for jumping. They wanted to associate it with the best known jump vehicle, so they named it General Lee. Good choice. He said they have released several variations of the General Lee including this 12" bike from a few years ago. I'll have to start searching for one of these. Thanks Jesse.
Our pal Sam aka Driftlee has been busy lately. He recently started a blog about collecting 1/64 cars. Check out 64 Wheels to see his nearly overwhelming amount of Hot Wheels, Matchbox, and Ertls. And he recently bought this bad boy:
That ain't no 1/64. Sam is now a Hazzard car owner. You punk, you did it before me. I can't wait to see this car for myself.
I couldn't be happier for you Sam. I know you love those Monacos. Now you have to go to some Dukes events with me.