It was 40 years ago today (Sept. 26) when America first gathered around their televisions to allow Knight Rider to roll into their living rooms.
Four seasons and 90 episodes later and the sentient 1982 Pontiac Trans Am known as K.I.T.T. is now one of the most recognizable TV cars of all time. And Knight Rider? Not only was the show starring David Hasselhoff and hit on the airways, but also in the world of collectibles.
hobbyDB is home to a bunch of Knight Rider items from action figures to video game and lots and lots of model cars between. We look at some of our favorite Knight Rider collectibles found on hobbyDB.
Are we missing anything? See below how you can help us build our Knight Rider (or David Hasselhoff) database! Were you a fan? Tell us below!
Knight Rider on hobbyDB
Michael Knight (Super7 ReAction Figures)
Pontiac Firebird Trans Am (Matchbox Star Car Collection)
Knight Rider 2000 K.I.T.T (Tomica)
K.I.T.T. (Hot Wheels) (10 Variants, 8 Subvariants)
K.I.T.T. (Hot Wheels SDCC ’12)
Knight 2000 K.A.R.R. (Hot Wheels Charawheels)
K.I.T.T. Knight Industries Two Thousand (ERTL, 1982)
K.I.T.T. (Darda Motor)
Knight 2000 (Kidco Burning Key Cars)
Matra Simca Bagheera (Guisval)
Knight Rider Base Trailer (Yonezawa)
Michael Knight (Leg0)
Knight Rider Fun Pack (Lego)
Knight Rider Challenge Coins
Knight Rider (Nintendo)
Knight Rider (Acclaim)
Michael Knight with K.I.T.T.
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