This Tampa Bay mansion is a near perfect 1980s time capsule

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An intensely '80s mansion that could've easily been the inspiration for the 'The Max" on Saved By The Bell is now for sale in Largo.

Located at 2703 Bluffs Dr, the 9,852-square-foot home was built in 1986, which is the same year "Pretty in Pink" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" were in theaters,  Mad Cow disease was a thing, and Lazer Tag was about to become the default birthday and corporate team building activity for next 30 years.

The seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom house is accessible via a bridge over McKay Creek, and features a game room, a gym, an office, a sauna, multiple gas fireplaces, bidets, and as you can see, enough pink and turquoise to power a thousand Zack Morris windbreakers.

As is the case with most vintage things worth saving, the home is is need of some TLC, says the listing, and is being sold "as is" for $1,750,000.

The listing agent is Reed Golliher of Charles Rutenberg Realty Inc.

Photos via Realtor