K&F Show #82: Corndog’s Deep Dive of Trivia on the Daisy Duke Vehicles; Roadrunner, Satellite, and CJ-7!
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For those of you that love automotive nerd trivia, rejoice. Corndog is back for another “Deep Dive” episode of Nerd Trivia, this time to discuss the 2 (but actually three) vehicles that were Daisy Duke’s cars. It turns out that Daisy’s first car ever was a real 1974 Plymouth Roadrunner, purchased right off of a used car lot in Atlanta along with several other vehicles that would become famous (including the Boss Hogg Cadillac). Corndog is in the process of replicating this very car now (with the May 1978 Florida inspection sticker and all). A few episodes into the show the ’74 was replaced with a ’71 Satellite….which looks totally different but was given the same paint job. Then halfway through Season 2 it was tossed off of a clip and replaced with a brand new CJ-7 Golden Eagle Jeep for some reason, which she would drive until the end of the show.
One day each week we’ll list a cool project car or a nice driver for sale here from eBay Motors. We’ll try to keep the price to a max of $20,000 for full driver cars. For project cars, no more than $5,000. Visit us every day, or just click the flame to get it via […]
A lot of you have been sharing pictures of your cars with us at our facebook page, and we wanted to take a moment to make sure the rest of our readers could see them as well-and encourage you to keep sharing them! First up is Jim Marshall’s ’70 Oldsmobile 442! Next we have Greg […]