Retrieved May 5, In the meantime, executives at Warner Bros. Dukes of Hazzard Season 1: For the last episodes of the first season a similarly painted model with a matching “Road Runner” stripe was used. Cooter had many different trucks throughout the seasons, and even the ones that were meant to be the same had variations.

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Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. The new Dukes — previously-unmentioned nephews of Uncle Jesse, who were said to have left the farm inbefore the show had started — were unpopular with the great majority of viewers, and the ratings immediately sank.

Does anybody have a good shot of the graphic on the door of the yellow F? Television Television shows set in Georgia U. The General Lee also appears in all but one the early first-season episode “Mary Kaye’s Baby”, the fourth to be produced and the third broadcast. Elmore Vincentlater Parley O.

Hazzard County Garage Tow Truck – Picture of Cooter’s Museum and Store Nashville, Nashville

The wrecker bed looks like the same as the one on the blue and white Ford without the towing dolly. TripAdvisor LLC is not responsible for content on external web sites. The series was inspired by the film Moonrunnerswhich was also created by Gy Waldron and had many identical or similar character names and concepts. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources.


Cooter’s Tow Truck at Cooter’s Place – Picture of Cooter’s Place, Gatlinburg

Old and New Frontiers. TripAdvisor LLC is not responsible for content on external web sites. I know you’re still in the clink in that Hazzard Hoosegow thread but Montgomery mentions this in a feature on DVD versions of the movie.

Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. For the last episodes of the first season dukfs similarly painted model with a matching “Road Runner” stripe was used.

After performing a concert in Hazzard, Gilley was nabbed while leaving and forced to do a second show to nullify his citation. Originally I thought it looked like a larger version of the security truck from ‘Money to Burn’ tiw Swamp Molly’s arms truck. Dixie was the name given to Daisy Duke’s white Jeep CJ-7 hazzarrd Eagle” which had a golden eagle emblem on the hood and the name “Dixie” on the sides. This picture is from ‘Witness for the Persecution’ where Boss spends much of the episode rolling around in the back.

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As well as its regular car chases, jumps and stunts, The Dukes of Hazzard relied on character familiarity, with each character effectively serving the same role within a typical episode, and with Deputy Cletus replacing Deputy Enos in Seasons 3 and 4, and Coy and Vance Duke temporarily replacing Bo and Luke due to a salary dispute for most of Season 5, being the only major cast changes through the show’s run Ben Jones and James Best both left temporarily during the second season due to different disputes with producers, but both returned within a few episodes.

In the second half of season 4, Cooter reverts to blue and white trucks. The design of the roll cage also varied across the seasons. It looks like it’s quite a rare vehicle. My father in law have one old truck. Archived from the original on September 20, The inset is the same truck as the impound truck from ‘The Big Heist’ a couple of episodes earlier. Rushing appeared as shady used car dealer Ace Parker in the third episode produced, “Repo Men” the fourth to be broadcast.

InTom Wopat and John Schneider were reunited during “Exposed”, a fifth season episode of the television series Smallville. These Chargers performed many record-breaking jumps throughout the show, almost all of them resulting in a completely destroyed car. The car is almost always seen with its convertible top down, with the top only being seen in two episodes, “Daisy’s Song” the chauffeur was called “Eddie” in this episodethe second to be produced and broadcast, and briefly in the second-season episode “Witness for the Persecution”, when Cooter is returning it to the Court House after repairs.