The car form the "Duke's of Hazard" TV show. It's a 1969, Dodger charger with altered engine, the number 01 on painted on the sides and the doors welded shut like a typical racing car. It was named after general Robert E. Lee, commanding general of the main Confederate Army during the Civil War. His army was based out of Virgina due to it'd large population. This would account for the car's Rebel Flag paint job and it's horn that played the first few notes of "Dixie". The car's main purpose was to drive really fast and do a lot of sweet jumps while the duke boys hooted and hallered.
Let's watch the general Lee jump another dip
by Ron_Thornbrash May 21, 2005
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The Hasslehoff isn't cool enough to squeegee the windshield of the General Lee.
by Harris Bergstein December 18, 2006
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I made this one up with my friends. It is the act of giving somebody a BJ while having a load of shit in your mouth.

P.S. dont do this
"hey baby, I left a load in the lou, you wanna use it for a General Lee?"

"sure honey, id love to put shit in my mouth, especially your shit."

(two days later the FBI stormed the house and found a dead woman who had supposedly choked on poop)
by Gen. Lee Thomas McCrackin March 29, 2005
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Originally, the '69 Dodge Charger from the tv show, "The Dukes of Hazzard. The car had a 426 hemi that Luke had built and bought a car to put it in. The car was then painted orange with the confederate flag on the roof and the number 01, and of course, it was called the general lee. The car was altered very little, unless it was getting jumped, the only cosmetic add on other than the paint was a grill gaurd. In some episodes the car had a 440 magnum rather than the hemi, but who noticed?. Now, there are a large number of people who have meticulously rebuilt their own general lee chargers, so there are much more general lee's in existance now.
(dixie horn) Yeeeee-Haaawwwww. (smash)
by don August 10, 2005
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the orange car that Bo and Luke Duke drove in the TV show The Dukes of Hazzard. The car's doors were welded shut, causing the boys to enter the car through the windows. see bo-duke it
by RexGibson March 14, 2004
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