San Francisco Ramblers

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A photo taken at the first Ramblers Rod Run. Photo courtesy of Larry Anderson.
Roger Hugo's 1927 Ford Model-T Roadster

The Ramblers was a San Francisco, California hot rod club. The club was founded circa 1950 - 1951. Jack Anderson, Jim Langeil and Chuck Garcis were founding members of the club, and they helped build Bud Crackbon's 1925 Ford Model-T Pickup. Bud's award winning pickup was built as a club project. Bud owned the car, but the club built it.[1]


Bud Crackbon
Chuck Garcia
Howard Hansel
Jack Anderson
Jim Langeil
Joe Carlomagno
Roger Hugo

Club Cars

Bud Crackbon's 1925 Ford Model-T Pickup
Roger Hugo's 1927 Ford Model-T Roadster
Howard Hansel's 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe

Joe Carlomagno's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe


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