Perry Watkins, a Brit inventor of the lowest, smallest street-legal cars, combined a dinner table table (complete with chairs, dishware, cutlery, and even fake food for six) with a two-seat Reliant Scimitar Sabre V8 convertible to create the speed demon he dubbed Fast Food. It's complete with teakettles powered by propane, teaspoons that conduct sparks, and a fake roasting chicken that serves to release the nitrous oxide from the contraption's injection system. "A six-foot plume of white smoke comes out of the chicken's backside," Watkins tells Pop Sci.
No one said fast had to be tasteful. And p.s., don't try this at home with the Toyota and the Wedgwood.
Click here to read the whole Pop Sci story, and watch a video of Fast Food in action.