Friday, February 1, 2013

Spain's Biggest Dukes of Hazzard fan - Ángel Soria

Ángel Soria from Salou, Spain might not only be Spain's biggest fan, but he might have cornered the whole European market.  Ángel contacted me through the blog and asked if I could show some of his pictures.  When he started sending them, I was blown away.  Not only does he own a beautiful General Lee, but he has some great collectibles and some high ticket items.  

Ángel says he bought his General and started collecting in 2005.  That was a great year in our hobby. In the last eight years, this 33 year old has compiled a great collection.  

This is genius.  It is a full size portable dixie horn.  I bet this thing is crazy loud.  Someone ought to patent this idea.  Ángel, I don't think you'll be the only one with one of these for very long.

All of Ángel's modes of transportation must be General Lee inspired.  It is a rule.


I love his style and the way he decorated.  All of the custom pieces like the 01 on the desk are great.  This is truly a Dukes room.  (My mom loves the daisies.)

His shelves are full of great items, and they are displayed so nicely.  He has items like the tennis shoes, the small flash, and a whole bunch of white lightnings.  Is that a tiny shopping cart on top of that display case?

Speaking of custom.  Great job.  Ángel loves 1/18s.  The man has two Gold General Lees.  TWO!  I also see the different chromes, limited editions, white lightnings... he has it all.

Brick love lamp, so does Larry.

There are no words to describe the awesomeness.

The man is in the process of building a General Lee guitar.  That is just so cool.

All the essentials are here.  

This is his daughter Dakota, and her custom Dukes bike.  Adorable.

Ángel says he would like to meet the stars and might try to make it to an event this year.  I sure hope he does and I would love to meet him and talk collecting. He's a true Dukes collector.


  1. Amazing collection. Thanks for sharing.

  2. My goodness. This guy has really put a lot of work into the display.