These images where taken around 2004 after the installation of the interior of K.I.T.T. that included the dashboard, armrest console, overhead console, front nose and scanner components and subsystems. K.I.T.T.'s interior was not originally built with the entire sound system as it is installed today. K.I.T.T.'s original interior and sound system were based on a "removable" sound system to keep theft at bay. The entire amp and subwoofer systems were removeable leaving a baseline stereo to be able to listen to music without the worry of the gear getting stolen. K.I.T.T.'s sound system evolved into what it is today when my friend Joe Paquette introduced me to another ingenious person named Thomas William Holmes, III (passed 2011, rest his soul). Tom took something that was great and built it into awesome. The final results are what is shown in the gallery. A special thanks goes out to my family & friends, Joe Paquette & family, Thomas Holmes III & family for all the time, effort and support it took in order to get me to the goalliine of finishing K.I.T.T.. Everyone helped with sound system development & installation phases in various ways. NOTE: without these two critical people (Tom and Joe), what you see today could not have been made possible.
The car of remains in the same configuration and will most likely remain that way regardless emerging technologies.
|Thomas William Holmes III||Joe Paquette|