While Michael Knight (David Hasselhoff) was the heart-throb of the 80s show Knight Rider, there is no denying that his top-secret super car, K.I.T.T. (Knight Industries Two Thousand) was the real star. With a new two-hour Knight Rider TV movie event slated to air in February (NBC), we weren't too surprised to see this amazing full exterior Knight Rider K.I.T.T. replica up for grabs on eBay Motors.
|For 80s Fans Only: Tricked out K.I.T.T. on eBay, The Hoff not included.|
EBay seller Moet1980 put over six months of work into this 1989 black Pontiac Firebird, that is rust-free and has a 350 carbonated engine as well as lots of K.I.T.T.-like options that the buyer can choose to install. Also included is one of the Knight Industries car manuals as well as the two CD programming discs that create (with proper setup and internal computer components) a car that can respond to voice commands and hold intelligent conversations with any passenger or driver of the vehicle.
In posted question-and-answer sessions with buyers on the auction page, Moet1980 indicated that "The Hoff" will not be delivering the vehicle, and that there also is no mother-in-law eject button. Just days into the auction, bidding went up to $11,000 with the auction ending on Dec. 30, 2007.
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