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Daisy sitting on her JeepDaisy Duke's Jeep - White CJ-7 Jeep driven by sexy cousin Daisy Duke (Catherine Bach) on the rural action adventure THE DUKES OF HAZZARD/CBS/1979-85. Daisy works as a waitress at the Boar's Nest, wears cut off jeans, high heels and always has great big inviting smile. She drives about Hazzard County in a yellow 1972 Road Runner (license FCH 630) with black racing strips, that is, until the it was driven of a cliff by the Duke Boys (the brake line failed and the boys bailed just in time).

At the end of this episode (No. 27 "The Runaway") Daisy is presented with her new car: a white AMC Golden Eagle Jeep named "Dixie." It sported a hood with a gold eagle emblem. License plates: DIXIE. Daisy's CB Handles were "Little Bo Peep" or "Country Cousin."

The Daisy Duke character and her Jeep were merchandised as models - one created by Mego in 1981 and another 1:25 scale plastic model kit from AMT replicates Daisy Duke's 1980 Jeep CJ-7.

There was also an arcade-style racing game called The Dukes of Hazzard: Racing for Home! by Playstation (Waylon Jennings provides the narration) and the sequel The Dukes of Hazzard II: Daisy Dukes it Out. The game's missions included avoiding cop cars, speed traps, road obstacles and other hazards and on occasion driving Daisy Duke's Jeep and, of course, the Duke Boy's General Lee automobile.

TRIVIA NOTE: The CJ-7 model (Daisy Duke's model) began production in 1976 and ended in 1986. The CJ stands for "Civilian Jeep." See also "The General Lee"  
 


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