Volunteers Dennis Laine, right, and Dennis Blowers pose with the General Lee, one of 200-plus custom-made versions of the car made for the popular 1980s television show “The Dukes of Hazzard.” The car, currently on display as part of the LeMay Family Collection in Spanaway, features the iconic Confederate flag decal on its roof. The museum has no plans to remove the decal in the wake public controversy, stating that “it’s part of history.”
Volunteers Dennis Laine, right, and Dennis Blowers pose with the General Lee, one of 200-plus custom-made versions of the car made for the popular 1980s television show “The Dukes of Hazzard.” The car, currently on display as part of the LeMay Family Collection in Spanaway, features the iconic Confederate flag decal on its roof. The museum has no plans to remove the decal in the wake public controversy, stating that “it’s part of history.” Drew Perine The News Tribune
Volunteers Dennis Laine, right, and Dennis Blowers pose with the General Lee, one of 200-plus custom-made versions of the car made for the popular 1980s television show “The Dukes of Hazzard.” The car, currently on display as part of the LeMay Family Collection in Spanaway, features the iconic Confederate flag decal on its roof. The museum has no plans to remove the decal in the wake public controversy, stating that “it’s part of history.” Drew Perine The News Tribune

‘Dukes’ General Lee at Spanaway museum will keep its Confederate flag

July 20, 2015 11:21 AM