Wow! What a weekend. Got in late last night and was completely worn out. I’ve slept most of today. Hauling a car for 8 hours will do that to you. First, I’d like to give a huge thanks to Mark Puette who once again put on the greatest Knight Rider event you could ask for! I’ve gone to every Southern Knights since it began way back and it just gets better every year! I had a great time meeting with some familiar faces as well as many new faces. The guest stars were absolutely awesome and very entertaining. They were so down to earth and willing to put in one on one time with each and every person. They were mingling and hanging out with us the whole weekend. It really is a pleasure to talk with the stars one on one and I don’t know of any events that really give you that kind of personal experience. The stories they told both on and off the stage really gave us an in depth look behind the scenes of the show and I could go on and on, but I know people want to see pictures so here it goes…32 pics:
Here is Scott Edmondson’s (renrat) awesome collection. I always enjoy looking at his cool stuff:
Autograph Session with Rebecca Holden, Ron Martinez, Michael Sheffe and Ed Crick:
Rebecca Holden signing my hatch panel:
Ed Crick (“Eddie”) from “KITT VS. KARR” about to begin his talk and Mark says something is missing:
Then…out comes the hat:
Michael Sheffe about to begin his talk, and like many, this is the only picture I took since we were asked not to take photos of his presentation, so for those who were not there, you missed some cool stuff that you will not see anywhere else:
Ed Crick in my KITT:
Myself and Rebecca Holden:
Rebecca Holden in my KITT:
On to the cars. These next few pictures are of Matt’s car that Billy Gunter built and delivered to the show. It has by far the best looking and cleanest “Darth Vader’s Bathroom” I have ever seen in person. The man is truly talented and I couldn’t stop looking at the dash. Thank you Matt for letting me get in it and check it out! That is one killer replica!
Just look at this dash:
More pics of Matt’s car:
The man who built and delivered the car standing next to a work of art:
Kevin Willet’s cool air cleaner:
A Knight Inspired 4th gen Trans Am that was really cool:
An exceptionally well done KI3000: This is the first one of these I’ve ever seen in person. Very cool:
The KITT convertible: You just don’t see very many of these at all and I’m glad Scott Derr was able to bring his down for us all to enjoy this year!
Cars, people, and more cars: It really was a great turn-out this year:
What a blast and of course it just flew by just like it does every year. I could have done this for two more days easily! Thanks for a great experience from everyone and I was so glad to see the regulars again and meet the newcomers. If anyone would like a super high-res copy of any of the photos I’ve posted, please send me a PM with your email address and the file name of the picture and I’ll gladly send them to you.