22-year-old Nathan Kissee has been a Dukes of Hazzard and General Lee fan since he was four.
Nathan has cerebral palsy and has had 25 brain surgeries, three strokes, and was pronounced dead twice.
The General Lee chase took place at two this afternoon to make Nathan's dreams come true of being chased by Deputy Rosco P Coltrane from the Dukes of Hazzard.
Tom Sarmento, who is one of the original stunt car drivers from the Dukes of Hazzard show, flew in from North Carolina to drive the General Lee which has been autographed by all the original cast members.
With the help of many people, Nathan built the replica of the show's General Lee car driven today over a period of six years.
He was so excited to have his dream of the General Lee chase come true.
Nathan's Mom Priscilla Kissee said her son works hard to make miracles happened. "My son is so blessed, anything he prays for he gets. He's had 25 brain surgeries, three strokes, and died twice and the Lord saw him through it all so to do this, Nathan instead of thinking it's a major deal he says "I asked Jesus mom" and anything I ask Jesus for he does for me so it's just another major thing in his life" said Kissee
Stunt Driver Tom Sarmento said he was proud to be part of the event "It's great to be out here I've been to a lot of places and I enjoy this I have a lot of fun." said Sarmento "I had 317 of these chargers when I worked on dukes and over 1000 sheriff's cars and bad guys cars so I kept a full schedule"
Nathan sold Dukes of Hazard hats and pictures to raise money to put air conditioning in his car.
The chase began at the south end of historical Downing Street in Hollister and ended back on Downing Street in front of Ye Olde English Inn.
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