Happy Birthday, America.
Today we're not going to talk about surviving the apocalypse, camping in the rain, or how to defend yourself from a home intrusion. Today we're celebrating America.
And what better way to celebrate?
When it comes to pounds of red meat clogging up large intestines, one country does it better than the rest.
Here are 6 Awesome 4th of July Grills that say "Murica."
HEMI V-8 engine powered Barbeque
With the power and torque of the 5.7-liter V-8 HEMI engine, the grill can cook 240 HEMI dogs in three minutes and is covered by more than 330 square feet of steel.
The full-size outdoor Viking kitchen includes a 4-burner stove and 42-in. grill capable of producing 1,700 hot dogs or 1,000 burgers per hour.
The Chevy SSR Tailgater
This Chevy SSR was reconfigured to be the ultimate all-in-one tailgating vehicle. From cooking with a four-burner grill to watching the action on a satellite TV, this custom job is an easy way to draw a crowd.
1962 Porche BBQ
Steven Stacy of New Mexico had been collecting old Porsches for a while when he came up with a new idea. After buying a 1962 Porsche to get a spare part he needed, he decided to re-fashion the rest of it into a barbecue pit. As a bonus, once the food is grilled, the Porsche includes an attachment for a picnic table. If you don't die from driving 200 mph in your European sports car, you can always turn it into an American Artery Clogging Machine!
Texas Six Shooter BBQ Grill
The barrel is 10 feet long and 8 inches in diameter and the entire rig is over 15 feet long. The pistol’s grips, which cover the firebox, are made of red oak. When cooking, the barrel acts as the grill’s chimney. It took over two years and 1,100 hours to complete and used more than two tons of red oak, stainless, and carbon steel.
Cardinals Grilling Golf Cart
Football and BBQ we all know that goes together perfectly! Tailgating vehicles don’t have to be huge. Just as these Arizona residents who modified a golf cart to be a football fanatics dream, a tailgating golf cart.