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    howard sachs

    his name was luke not lucas.  “a detailed account of the car and the controversial its cause”, controversy, not controversial.  caused not cause.

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    Me

    how redickuless now a car is racist, when will this PC crap end?

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      Jim

      I think the racistness of it would confer to the owner not the car itself.

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        Me

        the  Smithsonian owns one, are they racist?

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    southern avenger

    “Lucas”?  “and the controversial its caused” [sic} ? Marse Lee needs no introduction to those who studied history. BTW, Bubba purchsed #1 of the series in case you need more specificity for your re-write. 

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    Joe

    I think this article lack of proof-reading skills is controversial.

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    Joe

    And yes the mistake is intentional.

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    Greenstar

    He just bought the car a couple months ago….

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    Clinton H Davis

    The only thing “racist” about “dukes of hazzard” was the “racist-phobia” way that the car was dealt with in the poor attempt at a movie in 2005.

    Neither the show, nor the car, were ever racist.

    Anyone who says otherwise obviously never watched the show.

    Just a side note, “on the show” the car had a 440 engine, but in reallity, many had 383s or even 318s.

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