The iconic KITT car from "Knight Rider" has been put on sale.
The modified black 1982 Pontiac Trans Am vehicle - made famous in the hit'80s TV show starring David Hasselhoff as Michael Knight - is available to buy for $150,000 from a California dealership.
The "talking" car - which could reach speeds of 300 mph, soar 50 feet in theair and throw smoke bombs in the show - has two working video screens on the dashboard. One is connected to a camera in the front of the car, while the other is linked to a DVD player with speakers hidden under the nose.
KITT - which stands for Knight Industries Two Thousand - also has a glowingred scanner on the nose and coloured buttons emblazoned with the wordseject, rocket boost, oil slick and ski mode.
Car dealer Johnny Verhoek admits most of the buttons don't actually doanything.
KITT has a V8 engine and just 2,393 miles on the clock.
It was one of the original Pontiac cars used in the show.Unfortunately, KITT can't really speak or drive itself.
The vehicle reportedly isn't even street legal, because it doesn't have smogequipment.
This is the first time one of the 10 "Knight Rider" cars has been soldpublicly, although two cars are on display at U.K. and U.S. museums.
It is thought the car will be bought by a private collector or a museum -chat show host Jay Leno is said to be interested.
Tim Russo bought the car at a San Diego auction in 1997 and has spent thelast decade sourcing parts to restore it - just in time for "Knight Rider's"25th debut anniversary.