This lifelike but oversized model of Hasselhoff has him stretched out as if he were bodysurfing (which maybe accounts for his maniac grin). It was used in the SpongeBob SquarePants movie and shown during the Comedy Central Roast of Hasselhoff. It comes propped on a rolling metal rack; if you put a glass top over it, it would make a super-cool and super-creepy coffee table. Estimate: $20,000-$30,000.
'Knight Rider' KITT Car Exterior
Hasselhoff's replica of the famous Knight Rider KITT car (actually a modified 1986 Pontiac Firebird) was a gift from fans. It features a digital dash, yolk steering, a California "OH KITT" plate from 1982 and more than 4,000 sound bites from the show programmed to play back at the touch of a button. Estimate: $30,000-$50,000.
KITT Car Interior
This picture of the interior of the actor's personal KITT car shows the W-style yoke steering wheel and digital dashboard.
'Knight Rider' KITT Golf Cart
If the full-size replica KITT car is too pricey, consider this golf cart version, which features faux "KNIGHT" license plate, tan interior and a Panasonic sound system. Hasselhoff is said to have used this to ferry his kids around on Halloween and for soccer practice (no really, the auction catalog says "soccer practice"). Yours for the low price of $2,000-$4,000.
Denim Disney Jacket
Feast your eyes on this snazzy prize: Denim, Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters drawn on the back, a big "H" logo on the front and cycle-style water bottle pockets on the back. Wow. To think an adult man wore this jacket. Estimate: $300-$500.
German 'Bravo Otto' Award
Hasselhoff won this German Bravo Otto award for being the Goldener Sieger der Ottowahl 1988 (Male TV star of the year) as selected by the readers of Bravo magazine. Can we just pause for a minute to consider how racist this little Indian statue is? What do Indians have to do with German pop stars? Estimate: $800-$1,200.
Full-Length Denim Duster
We really want to know when and where Hasselhoff wore this full-length denim duster jacket that also features leather shoulder patches and fringe. Did he star in a John Denver special in 1975? Estimate: $400-$600.
'Baywatch' Pinball Machine
This Sega pinball machine devoted to the show, which ran for 12 years, features the iconic guard tower image on the side and pictures of Hasselhoff and his female co-stars on the back glass. It comes with a plaque noting this machine was specially made for the actor and given to him in March 1995. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the Starlight Children's Foundation. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000.
Screen-Worn Deep Violet Suit
The actor wore this slick double-breasted (and oh so '90s) suit on an episode of The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on April 13, 1995 (and the year before at the NATPE convention in Florida). It's made by Bon Choix Couture. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000.
Eskimo Fur Coat
Hasselhoff's personal Eskimo-style fur coat (possibly made of Antelope or Elk) comes with an attached red scarf that features blue and red tassels. (This also looks like it could've been worn in a John Denver special). Estimate: $800-$1,200.
Signed Ken and Barbie 'Baywatch' Dolls
A pair of Baywatch Ken and Barbie dolls in their original packaging made by Mattel in 1994. Hasselhoff has autographed to the Ken box. Estimate: $600-$800.
One of Hasselhoff''s personal shirts, this one features black leather on the shoulders/chest, snap buttons and is size XL. Estimate: $100-$200.
Screen-Worn 'Baywatch Nights' Jackets
A set of three brown suede Adidas jackets that Hasselhoff wore in at least one episode of Baywatch Nights and during a promotional tour for the TV series that aired in syndication from 1995-97. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000.
Another personal item from Hasselhoff's closet: A blue tie-dye shirt with a plain neck and baggy sleeves. It's size 50. Estimate: $100-$200.
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