CanadianDukes heading to MoparFest
The adventures & misdaventures of The Canadian Dukes at home and on the road.
April 9, 2011 will be the first Saturday
that we will do a bulk day where everyone
can come buy their piece of history.
READ BELOW FOR PRICES:
Thank you for contacting me regarding Dukes of Hazzards Home Place demolition. I am currently in the early phases of the process. There are several prices I would like to give to you all and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to email me.
Each exterior log will be sold by the foot for $50 a piece.
The tin roof will be sold one square foot at $20 a piece.
The smaller pieces of the granite chimney will be sold for $25 a piece.
The interior boards will be sold in one foot pieces for $15 a piece.
I also have professional pictures as well that can be ordered for $15 a piece(8X10) with the picture of how the home use to look during the filming and a picture of how it looked before I started the tear down process.
April 9,2011 will be the first Saturday that we will do a bulk day where everyone can come buy their piece of history. If you need to work out other arrangements just let me know.
Of course if you would not be able to travel to pick up your piece but you still would like one shipping and handling will be added on your price.
Cash preferred upon receipt.
Thank you again for contacting me. I look forward to hearing from you all.
EMAIL CHUCK @firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is John Keddy. I am the Director of Entertainment for Fallsview Casino Resort in
WOW, I was like, in SHOCK......I went out into the living room & told Cheryl about the email. All she did was smile. So, I returned an email regarding everything. After a few days, I didn't think this was going to come together, as I had not heard anything back. I had sent a few emails back to John, and finally an email came back , in which
" Sorry just tying up to pull this off. I am moving forward with it as if its happening ".
So, I was still excited about having the My General Lee up there with the Bo and Luke Duke, BUT, I was very nervous, as I have never left the car anywhere without me being very close by.
The day finally arrived, Lance, Tonya ( Lance's girlfriend ), and I drove up, with the Motor Home, The Canadian Dukes Museum trailer, with the General strapped down very tight, with Lance following in the van. We left without any problems, but as we got closer to London the weather started to get bad. As soon as we got through London, the weather changed again. It was a good drive up, with out any major issues, unlike other trips.
Wow, what a photo !! The trailer, and motor home with the foundation in the background. The General sat in the trailer for a few hours as we waited to see when he was being unloaded.