The Duke boys’ faithful chariot has been an iconic symbol of American muscle for almost 40 years despite modern controversy. Today, a 15-year-old kid revealed the Ghost of General Lee, an exceptional rebuild of the beloved classic.
Ben has had his hands on machines since he was in elementary school. He first started working on the Ghost of General Lee when he was only 12-years-old.
According to Ben, the Ghost was a stunt car used in 2005 Dukes of Hazzard movie that was destroyed during a jump. The filmmakers used twenty-four ’68, ’69’ and ’70 Dodge Chargers for the film. More than a few were totaled along the way.