Catherine Bach -- known for making Daisy Dukes famous over 40 years ago -- made a rare appearance during the weekend.
The Dukes of Hazzard actress, who is now 67 years old, was photographed with a walking cane in Los Angeles on Sunday.
The television star -- whose legs were once insured for a million dollars -- hit the town dressed in sweats for her afternoon outing.
Looking relaxed and comfortable, the once leggy Bach matched her white, loose-fitting sweats with a baggy graphic t-shirt reading, "Last night a taco saved my life."
Wearing open-toed sandals, Bach wore her signature dark hair back and out of her face.
She was spotted putting money in the meter while running errands before taking a relaxing stroll with a male companion.
Bach accessorized her laid-back look with a black cane that she held onto for the duo's walk.
She seemed to be getting around just fine, despite using the cane for assistance.
It didn't take long before Bach noticed nearby photographers snapping away.
The star didn't seem to mind, smiling and appearing in a happy mood while soaking up the attention.
Bach became a pin-up icon when Dukes Of Hazzard first aired in 1979, thanks to her amazing limbs and denim hot pants.
The actress rose to fame playing Daisy Duke for all 7 seasons.
She ended her reign as the Daisy Dukes queen in 1985 when the popular television show ended.
Her itty bitty denim shorts and tied-up checkered button-up quickly became a staple. The outfit is still an easily recognizable look to this day.
Despite it being more than 40 years later, Catherine Bach still radiates beauty even when going casual.
Her career didn't stop with Dukes of Hazzard. After leaving the show, she went onto play Margo Dutton on African Skies.
Bach's next big role came in 2012 when she signed on as Anita Lawson in The Young and the Restless.
Bach's Dukes of Hazzard character was later famously played by Jessica Simpson, who channeled Catherine when she slipped her figure into those signature daisy dukes!