Film Props

K.I.T.T. from Knight Rider

The dry humoured K.I.T.T. is one of the most famous cars in Television and Film history, voiced by William Daniels from 1982-86 and driven by Michael Knight (David Hasselhoff), the original car used was a slick black 1982 Pontiac Trans Am with an iconic sweeping red light on the front. This replica has that same light and sound effects to recreate what you saw on screen. For a small fee have your photo taken inside this beautiful vehicle. 

A-Team Van

Arguably the most famous van in human history, the 1983 black and metallic grey GMC Vandura with its iconic red stripe and rooftop spoiler, has for years been a household icon.

Used by ex commandos Mr T, The Face, Hannibal and Howling Mad Murdock, mercenaries for hire. The van is their main mode of transport and getaway vehicle. 

Come snap a photo with this beautiful vehicle and maybe a selfie with a Mr T lookalike. We pity tha fool who doesn't!

Smokey & The Bandit Pontiac Firebird

The Pontiac Trans Am is one of the most iconic cars in American movie history, driven by Bo "Bandit" Darville (Burt Reynolds) in Smokey & the Bandit - which is said to have directly inspired the Fast & Furious movie series. Director Hal Needham saw an advertisement for the 1977 Pontiac Trans Am and knew right away that would be the Bandit's car, or, as Needham referred to it, a character in the movie. He contacted Pontiac and an agreement was made that four 1977 Trans Ams and two Pontiac LeMans 4-door sedans would be provided for the movie. The tasteful black and gold paint job and removable T-top were optional extras, added to celebrate Pontiac’s 50th anniversary but they are now more synonymous with the car character in the film thanks to its international fame. In late 2017, Universal Pictures commissioned Shaun of the Dead writer - Edgar Wright to direct a reboot of the first film, due to be released in 2019.