2. Your Car's On Fire
Vehicle: 1955 Studebaker Commander Car-B-Que
Complex Says: Unlike most instances of the term “car-b-que,” this particular vehicle is meant to be lit on fire. The creator encourages it, in fact. Instead of simply being the product of a fiery vehicular crash, this car-b-que is a 1955 Studebaker Commander that the owner converted into a tow-behind custom grill. The interior has been converted into a diner-style booth, so you can chow down in comfort after you've cooked your food over the engine bay. We want to know if it's technically still “tailgating” if you're eating food inside the car after cooking it up front.