Every time I've gone to one I ended up talking with one of the girls, about politics, religion, moral relativism... I once found a stripper who'd been in Mensa. We went out on 2 dates but it turned into a disaster.
The vette is amazing. ~4 out of 5 times, when you're buying a restomod, or pretty much any car that's had a radical engine swap, you're buying the previous owner's headaches. It likely runs but there's something that just isn't right, typically an issue they couldn't sort out and either stopped worrying about it or became so irritated they dumped the car. Not this time, it's completely sorted and a real pleasure to drive. And it has some serious poke, yet there's TC, ESC, and ABS to keep it from getting entirely unruly (can be turned off). Somehow they took the best of a C6 Z06 and blended it with C1 style and concocted something special. Weight distribution is an almost-perfect 51-49. If GM made a car like this, they wouldn't be able to build them fast enough.
Also, instead of the glares of envy or irritation that often come from driving something more modern and exotic, like any other gorgeous classic, it illicites heaps of appreciative nostalgia. Yeah, alright, it sounds like a modern vette, even down to the selectable dual-mode exhaust, with the switch disguised as the cig lighter (there's a real 12V outlet integrated into the drop-down center console, where you also find the Pioneer media server controls (yeah, there's BT too), and the modern lightweight wheels and bright red calipers are a dead giveaway, but none of that matters, it doesn't take away from the old sheet metal (and it is too, it's all steel no fiberglass). This is slick, the old Wonderbar stereo is a "dummy", you press a button and it slides down a little to reveal a retractable 7" LCD monitor for the stereo and GPS. There's modern heat/air, heated seats, bi-mode xenon headlights, CC, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and a gauge for everything.
Oh, and that smug seller, "Oh, I can tell you really love the car. Ohhh...", and that self-satisfied smirk. Yeah bud, we're still going to negotiate on price, I wasn't the one who brought it down 500 miles on a trailer. We can load it back up and you can take it right back home. No, I didn't say that, I'm not stupid, but I did give him the look. I love chicken and waffles too, but I don't grossly overpay for it.