Checked the menu online. They do have a burger, but no chicken. Maybe the guy wanted a steak. I don't remember, but it was definitely something like "a guy walks into a wine bar and is upset he can't get a beer."
@pip-bip Honestly, if something like this is available next summer when I'm actually ready to shop for a car, I would have to at least check it out. If it really is mechanically sorted out but just dirty and scruffy, that would suit me fine. And yeah, it may end up being a disaster, but when you're old and stuck in some plastic self-driving monstrosity, do you really want to tell the story of the old Alfa you almost bought? Or the sure-to-be countless stories of the Alfa you once owned?
@facw it absolutely was the best looking/classiest idea, but the toybota was the only one that really worked at all. (and worked surprisingly well for something built as a TG cheap car challenge type thing..)
@hfv I dunno. The oversaturated one has that whole 70s vibe going - turned up, as you say, to 11 - whereas the other is just any other forest green/BRG. Which is admittedly my favourite colour for a car, and suits the character of the M1 better than Iridescent Kermit. But it's not "Wow!"