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Bubba Watson – Dukes of Hazzard – General Lee 1

From Twitter @bubbawatson It’s not everyday that someone gets to realize a dream. But thanks to the Barrett Jackson Auto Auction this past weekend and $110,000. Pro Golfer Bubba Watson got to realize his childhood dream of owning a real Dukes of Hazzard General Lee 1969 Dodge Charger. Now some say if you’re gonna dream, […]

Facebook – Car Town – TV and Movie Car Templates – Round 2

Glad to see everyone enjoyed our first Car Town TV and Movie Car Templates post. The game has really taken off. There have been a lot of cool additions to the game. Including a few base cars for popular tv/movie cars, Bandit Trans Am, 1969 Dodge Charger and 1981 Delorean DMC-12 to name a few. […]

Famous Jumps – Dukes of Hazzard – Seney Hall

Not always, but in some cases where there are tv/movie cars, jumps are sure to follow. The Dukes of Hazzard show is no exception. We’ve decided to include a new segment on our blog about famous car jumps in tv and movies. We’ve entitled this feature “Famous Jumps.” What better way to kick off this […]

Mark Wills – 19′ Something Video

I can’t think of a better song or video to describe growing up in the ’70s and ’80s. Mark Willis talks about a number of things throughout the song. Everything from peeling stickers off his Rubrix Cube to his parent’s first microwave. I was a child of the ’80s and ’90s, but I’m well aware […]

Barenaked Ladies – One Week

Barenaked Ladies produced the video above, back in 1998 to help promote their album “Stunt.” The song has a lot of references to pop culture happenings of the time and before. But why is it being featured on On Screen Cars? Well it has some on screen cars in the video. Matter of fact, two […]

First Look: Dukes of Hazzard – General Lee – LEE1

The first five episodes of the Dukes of Hazzard TV show were shot in Georgia during November 1978. A total of six Dodge Chargers were used for filming. These first General Lees were built by Warner Brothers and are identified by extra markings on their VIN tag (LEE1, LEE2 and LEE3). Above is a video […]