Worst Movie Car Ever Made Needs New Home

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This 1990 Dodge Stealth is not worth $20k.

If you're the type who likes a loud car that grabs the attention of teenage boys and questionable females, then forget about getting a Chevrolet C8 Corvette or AMG G63; you need to get your hands on a movie car, and we're not talking about a replica DMC DeLorean. The US has a rich history of making cars famous, and few others are as well known and beloved as KITT from the hit 1980s show 'Knight Rider'. Unfortunately getting your hands on the real deal will prove to be difficult and hugely expensive, but a recent listing on eBay could be your ticket to Coolville.

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This 1990 Dodge Stealth was featured on the not-so-popular 90s spin-off called 'Knight Rider 2000'. What makes it even better is that this was the actual car David Hasslehoff drove, and not some sleazy stunt actor. The car's star studded history also includes features on shows such as Time Cop the TV Series, Black Scorpion, and Power Rangers - Time Force. This car was based on the Pontiac Banshee, a concept car of the same era which eventually turned into the fourth-gen Pontiac Trans-Am. Pontiac made the builders of this car change a few details so as not to exactly resemble their creation.

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There were two complete driving cars made for the show, one a stunt car, the other a hero car, but a 'boat car' was also used in the shooting, as well as a half-cut, used for dashboard shots. The vehicle you see in front of you is in need of serious restoration and features a blown V6 engine. It would be completely illegal to drive this car on the road due to its lack of mirrors, turn signals, and headlights which kind of ruins your chances of looking badass outside your local mall. According to the seller, the car will need to be towed with a flat load liftgate because "the long nose will not go up and down a ramp. The owner of this straight-to-video movie car wants $20,000 for it. Good luck buddy.

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