Perry Watkins doesn't drive a car — he drives a dining room table — the world's fastest piece of furniture with real dishware and realistic looking foods laid out on its surface. Watkins can boast that his table can go at 130 miles per hour and shoot flames. Can you?
Motivated by only wanting to beat the previous world's fastest furniture record — a sofa that could go at 92 miles per hour, Watkins converted an old convertible into the Fast Food dining room car. Jammed with a V8 engine and an "off-the-shelf nitrous oxide injection system" Watkins was able to easily beat the old sofa speed record by 38 miles per hour.
Taking one year to build and costing about $7,800, the Fast Food car "uses hydraulics to lift the table frame so the driver can climb into the seat." There's even a second passenger seat as well for a hungry guest!
Watkins didn't stop at taking the top speed record, his fake chicken ornaments can shoot six-feet of plumes of white smoke and 10-feet high flames. How's that for a hot rod?