Tailgating Week continues today, So far this week we looked at some great tips to make your tailgating party a winner and some cool college football tailgating vehicles. Today we look at their pro counterparts. Here are some of the coolest tailgating vehicles parked in a lot at an NFL stadium this season.
Arrowhead Assault Vehicle – Kansas City Chiefs
Chiefs fans are some of the best tailgaters in the NFL. Even some of the hardcore tailgaters will tip their caps to the “Arrowhead Assault Vehicle.” Roger Michler debuted the vehicle back in 2010. It is a custom van with plenty of storage space, 32” flatscreen TV with surround sound along with DirectTV. and a large swing away wood and charcoal grill that is attached to the back of the truck.
Mobile Tailgating Unit – Pittsburgh Steelers
Steelers fans in The Burgh are passionate about the Steelers and are awesome tailgaters. Probably the most eye catching tailgate party at Heinz Field is John Dusch’s Mobile Tailgating Unit. Dusch renovated an old ambulance into the ultimate Pittsburgh sports vehicle. It sports a 20” flat screen TV and a rarity for converted ambulances, an onboard restroom. The MTU serves up a variety of foods and drinks that make all the tailgaters very happy.
Eagle One – Philadelphia Eagles
Quite possibly the Eagles most devoted fan Patrick Moeller spent about $300,000 to create Eagle One. A custom RV where the interior is lined throughout with the Eagles logo and team colors. The RV has 3 slideouts that allow for up to 20 people to fit inside. Eagle One features 5 plasma TV’s, a gaming system, custom speakers, bunk beds and sofas. Everything you would need for long distance trips.
The Eagle One in fact, has traveled cross country as the Moeller family has seen just about every Eagles game; home and road, since 2006.
If you know of any cool tailgating rigs at NFL games and would like to share them with the Cool Rides Online community, we would love to hear from you. Please add your favorites in the comments section below or on the Cool Rides Facebook Page.
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