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Top 10 Tailgating Cars for 2011 #10

2011 Ford Explorer
If you're going to party with thirty of your closest friends in the parking lot before kickoff, you could do worse than to bring along a nine-foot sub. Not only does the Ford Explorer seat seven in cavernous comfort, but the 50/50 split-folding third row, 60/40 second row, and fully adjustable front passenger seat can accommodate any combination of sandwich and human cargo for your next tailgate extravaganza. And when you're done eating, take a power nap in back or just sit and enjoy the optional premium HD Sony audio system as it pumps up your mobile party.

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