Check out the weird and wonderful gallery of the entries we've already received for the Maximum Tailgate gadget contest, where one lucky winner will win 2 tickets to the Big Game in Miami, courtesy of Gizmodo and Pepsi Max!

Thanks to all who have entered...and keep them coming! You still have until Monday, October 5, at midnight to submit your genius tailgating idea (this can be an actual thing that exists, or something you have cooking up in that head of yours). Email your photos, drawings, and videos to Eddy D., Maximum Tailgater, at eddyd@gizmodo.com.

Eddy will pick the brackets next week then the voting will begin, so stay tuned to Maximum Tailgate to cast your vote for the best gadget. The winner gets two tickets to the Big Game in Miami, courtesy of Gizmodo and Pepsi Max!

Standard contest rules apply.

Check Out Some of the Best Maximum Tailgating Gadget Ideas So Far!


Courtesy of reader Alex R. "This is a BBQ trailer made out of the front end of a 1985 VW Jetta GLi. It has BBS wheels, a 10in subwoofer, 6x9s, 6 ½" speakers, 2 kenwood amps, A kenwood deck, and a charcoal 50 Gal drum cooking area. The headlights are tail lights and the turn signals work correctly, it even has its own VIN number and is 100% legal on the road." [Photo by Joel Parker.]

Check Out Some of the Best Maximum Tailgating Gadget Ideas So Far!


Stereo-cooler from reader Sean S. "The speakers are all marine grade and run off 12V batteries to ensure the tailgating never has to stop in any weather or beer-spilling conditions."

Check Out Some of the Best Maximum Tailgating Gadget Ideas So Far!


Reader David L.'s gadget is a "6500 pound wood-burning pizza oven on wheels in the shape of a football helmet complete with facemask."

Check Out Some of the Best Maximum Tailgating Gadget Ideas So Far!


Reader Jamie P. says of Bar2D2: "I built this in my garage over about 9 months just for the heck of it. My friends say I have too much free time and too many power tools."

Check Out Some of the Best Maximum Tailgating Gadget Ideas So Far!


Reader Josh W.'s submission is "built in beer taps for the kegs in the custom painted and converted delivery truck."