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John Schneider’s eBay ‘Hazzard’: $10M ‘General Lee’ bid likely a hoax

Posted by: Chris Serico - Posted in Dukes of Hazzard, eBay, General Lee, John Schneider, Mount Kisco, Uncategorized on May 10, 2007

Perhaps selling John Schneider’s “General Lee” on eBay was even more misguided than producing a movie version of “The Dukes of Hazzard.” (At least the latter featured Jessica Simpson in a bikini, for cryin’ out loud.)

The nearly $10 million eBay bid for the Mount Kisco native’s 1969 Dodge Charger appears to be a hoax, The (New York) Daily News is reporting.

schneider1.jpgSchneider, who played Bo Duke on the ’80s TV show, reportedly sought at least $1 million to produce a sequel to his film “Collier & Co.” Now, he plans to auction the car off-line and is mulling legal action against the allegedly fraudulent bidder, according to Allen Stockman, Schneider’s estate holder. Added Stockman:

<blockquote><div>If this guy was just doing it as a prank or to ruin someone else’s chances, he deserves to be hit in the pocketbook.</div></blockquote>

The winning bidder was listed as William Fisher, but I think we all know this is likely to be a pseudonym … for none other than Boss Hogg.

(Associated Press photo by Damian Dovarganes)

 
 
 
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