Manolo says, patent leather boots and rich girls who can’t sing are both in again!
Manolo says, ayyyyyyyy! The K.I.T.T. is for sale!
KITT, the flame-throwing, river-jumping, talking muscle car from the `80s TV show “Knight Rider,” is up for sale. Restored to its debut-season glory, the modified black 1982 Pontiac Trans Am is offered at $149,995 at a Dublin auto dealership. Johnny “Vette” Verhoek of Kassabian Motors has had the car, officially called Knight Industries Two Thousand, on display for about a month.
It is one of four documented “camera cars” used for close-up shots and scenes where
David Hasselhoff, who played Michael Knight in the series, was behind the wheel.
Although it cannot achieve the 300 mph speeds that KITT reached, soar 50 feet in the air or throw smoke bombs, key features of the star car are intact. Perhaps most important, the red scanner light on the nose glows and makes a humming noise.
Now, if only the Manolo had $150,000 and the driver’s license