Thursday, November 24, 2011
Before Universal Studios had their K.I.T.T. display over the water, where visitors could sit in him and have a conversation, they had this display. The Trans Am, with blacked out windows and a rear defrost hatch, was perched on a stage and visitors could have their pictures taken in front of him. My guess is that these pictures are from 1983, since the permanent "K.I.T.T. over water" display started in early 1984. Do you have any information or pictures on this display? Let us know!
Sunday, November 13, 2011
This jacket was worn by David Hasselhoff in the Pilot when he went undercover as a Comtron security guard. It is currently in a private collection overseas. Do you know the owner? If so, we'd love to speak to them and get some more details on this piece!
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
The convertible version of K.I.T.T. was built for the fourth season of the series by George Barris. This car started out life as a V6 base model Firebird hard top. As you can see in the engine bay, the car was originally maroon. PHS report shows that it had a gray interior as well. After the series ended, this car was shipped to the Cars of the Stars Museum in Keswick, England. That museum closed earlier this year and this car is now rumored to be heading to a museum in Florida.