Yes, you CAN own a giant sculpture of David Hasselhoff

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If you’ve ever wished you could own a giant sculpture of the most watched man on TV, well, now’s your chance. A life-size replica of international superstar and “Baywatch” alum David Hasselhoff is currently on sale as part of a “Hofficial” online auction of the actor’s personal items, featuring “screen and stage worn wardrobe, awards, scripts, toys, autographed items, photos, music, film, and television memorabilia.”

The ultimate David Hasselhoff memorabilia

The replica is from 2004’s “The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie,” a live-action/animated adventure comedy in which Hasselhoff made a pretty memorable cameo

Yes, you CAN own a giant sculpture of David Hasselhoff
Image Credit: Diligent Auction Services and LiveAuctioneers

The sale has been organized by Diligent Auction Services and is running exclusively through bidding platform LiveAuctioneers. 

Per the site, “Big Dave” is estimated to be worth between $700,000 to $1.5 million. It’s currently listed at $975,000 with six bids in the queue — though given the number of David Hasselhoff (and, perhaps, SpongeBob SquarePants) fans out there, that could change at any moment. 

Final live bidding is set to take place on Jan. 31 between noon and 2 p.m. eastern standard time. A portion of the proceeds will go to charity. 

If you don’t have space (or the funds) for such a big piece of Americana, you could consider springing for the mask used to create “Big Dave” — that’s currently listed for $200. 

Like to browse for rare and/or pricey collectibles? Check out our roundup of 11 of the most expensive things you can buy on Amazon right now.

This article was produced and syndicated by MediaFeed.org.

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Yes, you CAN own a giant sculpture of David Hasselhoff

Jeanine Skowronski

Jeanine Skowronski is a veteran personal finance journalist and content strategist, she has previously served as the Head of Content at Policygenius, Executive Editor of Credit.com and a columnist for Inc. Magazine. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, American Banker Magazine, Newsweek, Business Insider, CNBC and more.

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