Parking valet Davey, the brother of a white friend of B.A., hires the A-team because he's fired, falsely accused of one of the car thefts committed by an apparently professional gang. Murdocks therapeutic passion is minding a potted plant. Face has to delay a very rich contract with a Saudi prince and risk his Corvette as bait, and it gets worse: the man who seemed to steal Face's Corvette honestly took it for his own, the crooks take the team van (with Murdocks plant in it); Hannibal and B.A. fail to catch them in the Corvette. Davey suggests Tiney Roscoe might be in on the car parts trade; under pressure he indicated a used cars dealer, Sam Friendly, who has a whole staff but is preoccupied with a certain mobster Tony Victor's demand for one exact duplicate. Face becomes Sams best car salesman ever by far in a single day, so he learns half of the business is without papers. Hannibal plays Johnny B, a rock producer who wants a dozen limousines and one Porsche; the deposit allows Face... Written by
Did You Know?
In chopping spree there is an aerial view of a car wash that face uses to wash his car after a failed chase. That car wash was the same one used in the 1976 movie Car Wash the footage used is from the movie itself though it was an alternate clip. if you check out the cars parked at the shell station beside the Hot Dog House you will see they are the same in the TV show and in the movie but the street traffic is different between the two. See more
The hearse that the A Team is using in the chase is a 1967/68 Cadillac. As the chase is ending, it has turned into a 1963/64 Cadillac. See more
Hannibal, this is disgusting. I'm selling used cars, do you know what that does to the self esteem of an artist like myself?
John "Hannibal" Smith
[disguised as rich Johnny B
Ah, poor chap, sales not going well, what?
Not going well? I had to slow down so half the stiffs around here don't think I, my customers are set-ups.