Jerry's car Traveller was able to carry 300 gallons of moonshine.
He owned an operating still at the age of 16.
Jerry outran his first revenue agent while delivering moonshine when he was only thirteen years old.
The owner of Traveller is Larry Wolfel.
Thirteen characters from The Dukes of Hazzard were based on people that he knew.
As a delivery boy, he used a modified 1958 Chrysler 300D that was capable of 140 mph and has been fully restored.
He has stepped up marketing for a self-produced documentary called Traveler.
The drivers he raced included Junior Johnson and Wendell Scott.
His wild boar hunting preserve is called the Chestnut Hunting Lodge.
His appearance on The Dukes of Hazzard led to a career of mainly playing rednecks, sheriffs, and truckers in TV shows and movies.
His car Traveler was the inspiration for the General Lee.
His Uncle Worley was the inspiration for Uncle Jesse.
He wanted his character as Ace Parker to be a reoccuring role but the episode "Repo Men" was the only episode he appeared in.
He was said to be the inspiration for the character Bo Duke in The Dukes of Hazzard.