Dodge Charger 1969 R/T-SE: Dukes of Hazzard Forza Motorsport 2 custom paint job

This car is one I’ve had to buy from the auction house as I started my Forza Motorsport 2 game in Europe and cannot purchase this directly. I’ve been getting them for about 5,000-10,000 credits, painting them with this Dukes of Hazzard paint job and selling them on for between 45,000 and 95,000 credits.

This paint job turned out really well. It is a good facsimile of the original (though I haven’t done the double flag on the boot). The numbers on the side seem to be the only ones I’ve seen in the auction house done correctly. I’ve also seen confederate flags with an extra four stars and the words “General Lee” written as white with black outlines. Overall, this is one of the more accurate Dukes of Hazzard paint jobs available.

10 thoughts on “Dodge Charger 1969 R/T-SE: Dukes of Hazzard Forza Motorsport 2 custom paint job

  1. bonjour,desole je ne parle pas anglais mais je voudrais savoir comment on peut arrive a avoir la dodge charger 1969rt ca fais 2 fois que je passe la cassette au 360 xbox et je ne l ai toujour pas et est ce que ce serais possible d avoir les cheets s il vous plait merci beaucoup de maider.

    1. Non-parlais francais. I don’t speak French. But if I understand the Google translate, you can get the car by being the USA area in the game (you can start in Asia, Europe or USA remember) or by buying one from the Auction House.

  2. oOo, Nice. I hate seeing all these bullcrap rip offs with big rims and round numbers. It’s good to see someone else making a legit replica.

    Congrats

  3. Hey, do me a favor and see who the original owner was for it. I made the mistake of selling a general lee that looks exactly like that without locking the paint job or anything.

  4. I am no longer an Xbox Live Gold subscriber and so cannot sell you the car sadly. By the way, this paint job is 100% created by me and was not bought from the auction house in this state. I bought plain cars and painted them with my version of the Dukes. I sold around thirty of them and my name will be in the car history.

  5. Sadly enough, you are correct.. that is the more accurate paint job I have seen yet. The problem with that one is the lettering General Lee is too bunched up and small and the flag is way too big. I am attempting to do an exact replica properly and have yet to determine if I am going to have it on the auction house. IF I do, I will pull a John Schneider and get roughly 10 million for a General Lee paint job that is dead on accurate.. lol. Would you mind sending me a copy of that car? I would like to see how they did manage to pull off the lettering. my GT is my name.

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