('Knight Rider' Car)

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Knight Rider was a television show that was broadcast on NBC between 1982 through 1986 and starred David Hasselhoff. It became one of the most popular Hollywood cars of the 1980s with an ability to talk, drive itself and go over 200 miles an hour. It was also indestructible and bulletproof and had its own logic and reasoning. The car's name was KITT and was driven by Michael Knight. Together they became the ultimate crime fighting team and every kid's fantasy.

Thirty years later Mickey Garnploog built his own KITT car using some of the original molds of the car used in the TV show by consulting with TV legends George Barris, composer Stu Phillips who came up with the iconic theme song, as well as Don Peake the composer, and has shown off the car with David Hasselhoff at Harrah's Casino in Atlantic City. This particular vehicle has been featured on vh1, MTV, Fox News as well as a technology segment with Adam Balkan. Now you have the opportunity to meet KITT live and take a photo with him.