Julien's Auctions is pleased to announce the annual Hollywood Legends auction featuring Property From The Career of David Hasselhoff taking place on Friday, April 11th and Saturday, April 12th. This extraordinary collection features hundreds of items from Hasselhoff's career as an actor, singer, and producer.
Among not just the weirdest auction items but the weirdest things I've ever seen is an oversize model of a topless David Hasselhoff, in the prone position, resting on a wheeled metal rack, face stuck in terrifying wonderment. It was used as a prop in the 2004 SpongeBob SquarePants movie, put a glass top on it and this would make the creepiest coffee table ever.
The market bears what it bears, Zach. Don't discount the market.
How "oversize" is the model? Here's a shot of it next to some Baywatch babes for comparison, from video of the Hoff's roast:
Julien's estimates it's about 14 feet long. That's a lot of Hoff to handle. But then, considering that people were literally sacrificing their bodies for life-size Hasselhoff ad cutouts not long ago, there's a demand for this sort of thing.
There's a demand for this sort of thing.
THERE'S A DEMAND FOR THIS SORT OF THING.
OH YES THERE IS.
[Photos courtesy of Julien's Auctions]
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