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American Muscle

General Lee is back.

This has to be one of the coolest wraps that we’ve ever seen slapped onto a brand new Dodge Charger. The iconic General Lee design on this car features a bright orange base color and amazing “rustbucket” look. Completing the Dukes of Hazard tribute is the trademark Confederate flag covering the entire roof of the vehicle. Now, whatever your thoughts are on the “Stars and Bars,” in light of all the recent controversy we think that this is by far one of the most awesome looking modern American muscle cars on the road.

It’s really incredible to see the retro General Lee design applied to a brand new Dodge Charger. What’s even cooler is that this wrap wasn’t even designed in America, but by Swedish wrap company Wrap Zone.

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