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Knight Industries Two-Thousand . My K.I.T.T. from Knight Rider built in Lego. With super pursuit mode, convertible mode, flip-up headlights and working scanner +++ VIDEO . Everybode knows the TV series from the 80's, KNIGHT RIDER. The Famous car of it, K.I.T.T. (Knight Industries Two-Thousand) was very impressive, so I decided to built it (or better "him"?). KITT is mostly built with TECHNIC parts, but I used lots of plates to cover the holes. It has only got ONE motor, for driving and activating the Scanner. Weight: 1,7 kilos Length: 49 cm Width: 17 cm Hight: 16 cm The Functions: Steering Scanner Actuated rear axle 3-Speed Gearbox + Reverse Super Pursuit Mode Convertible Mode (C-Button) Working Flip-up headlights Steering "Wheel" turns with the steering Rear Suspension T-Top Doors can be opened Sorry, "Turbo Boost" and "Ski-Mode" were to difficult to built, so I can't built them into it... :-( VIDEO AT BOTTOM OF PAGE! Some Pics in normal mode: The Interior T-Top 3-Speed transmission, with reverse. The motor of the scanner actuate it. Super Pursuit Mode Convertible Mode My favourite mode The Roof Mechanism All is open: Technic: The blue damped shock absorber moves the roof. A shot under the hood. You can see the fibre optics of the scanner. Bottom view of the front Bottom view of the rear. You can see the white battery box. The Video:


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