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Kelly Knievel Talks About His Dad Ahead of the DVD Release of “I Am Evel Knievel”

Kelly Knievel Talks About His Dad Ahead of the DVD Release of “I Am Evel Knievel”

In less than a decade, Evel Knievel went from a hardscrabble existence in Butte, Montana to the subject of the highest rated episode of Wide World of Sports on record. On June 30, you can watch the whole story unfold with the DVD release of Virgil Films’ I Am Evel Knievel, the first documentary on the world-famous stuntman that enjoyed his family’s full support. BestRide talked with Evel Knievel’s eldest son Kelly about what it was like growing up with a real-life superhero. (more…)

Read Article Author: Craig Fitzgerald
Date: Friday, June 26, 2015

Car Doctor Q&A: 2001 Ford F-150 Battery Woes

Car Doctor Q&A: 2001 Ford F-150 Battery Woes

If there’s anything worse than an intermittent electrical issue, we don’t know what it is. Seems like something mysterious is going on with this 2001 Ford F-150, but Car Doctor John Paul’s got a few suggestions. (more…)

Read Article Author: John Paul
Date: Friday, June 26, 2015

Confederate Flag Controversy Means No More General Lee

Confederate Flag Controversy Means No More General Lee

The Dukes of Hazzard hasn’t been on the air for a lot of years, but the 1969 Dodge Charger with the Confederate flag emblem is still an instantly recognizable car. That might not be the case for long as the controversy surrounding that flag has retailers pulling any product that it adorns, including the good old General Lee. (more…)

Read Article Author: Nicole Wakelin
Date: Friday, June 26, 2015

Rebel Cars: In the 1970s and 1980s, Confederate Imagery Was On More Than Just the General Lee

Rebel Cars: In the 1970s and 1980s, Confederate Imagery Was On More Than Just the General Lee

Here’s something I haven’t told many people: When The Dukes of Hazzard appeared on CBS in 1979, I was 11, and my dad forbade me from watching it. Why? Because he was a good liberal, pseudo-intellectual from Massachusetts, and he took great offense at all the Confederate imagery the Duke boys embraced. (more…)

Read Article Author: Craig Fitzgerald
Date: Thursday, June 25, 2015

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