Baywatch lifeguard. Talking-car enthusiast. Drunken eater of cheeseburgers. There are so many
reasons to appreciate Mr. David Michael Hasselhoff. Especially now that some of his finest personal
memorabilia is currently up for auction as part of The Collection of David Hasselhoff via
Julien’s. Paddles up, people. This is your special moment.
What It Is: A jet-black electric golf cart closely resembling KITT from Knight
Rider. It has an original 1980s sound system, a built-in cooler and a firm zero-bogey tolerance. How You’ll Use It: To stealthily patrol the links for stray golf balls and cavernous
divots and crime.
Fourteen Feet of Pure Hasselhoff
What It Is: A 167-inch-long model of the Hoff in a horizontal swimming pose wearing his
finest red lifeguard trunks. Creepy: yes. Magnificent: God yes. How You’ll Use It: To preside over your pool party, if you hate your guests. Perhaps as a
hood ornament. Pool cue?
The Hoff’s “Hooked on a Feeling” Jacket
What It Is: The very same pinstriped, shawl-collar Bon Choix Couture jacket worn in the
music video for Mr. Hasselhoff’s 1999 cover of “Hooked on a Feeling.” It’s really...
something. How You’ll Use It: Karaoke nights. Halloween. Pretty much anytime that doesn’t call for
a serious jacket.
Thanks for the Library Globe, David
What It Is: A 16-inch-diameter globe on a three-legged iron stand, formerly found in the
sultry confines of David Hasselhoff’s personal library. How You’ll Use It: To find the Tropic of Capricorn whenever you want. Or to be able to
say things like “The singer of ‘Night Rocker’ sold this to me.”
This Pretend-Saved Lives on Baywatch
What It Is: A life buoy from Baywatch with the word “Hoff” spray-painted on
it, accompanied by two rescue cans. How You’ll Use It: For the life buoy: to add color to your pool house. For the rescue
cans: well... certainly not to make any Pam Anderson jokes.