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1987 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Artwork: Snow Heather Raglan Hood

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Color: Charcoal

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The term "Ramblin' Wreck" has been used to refer to students and alumni of Georgia Tech much longer than the car that now bears the name has been in existence. The expression has its origins in the late 19th century and was used originally to refer to the makeshift motorized vehicles constructed by Georgia Tech engineers employed in projects in the jungles of Central America. The Wrecks were constructed from whatever the engineers could find—mostly old tractor and automotive parts—and were kept running by the engineers' ingenuity and creativity. Other workers in the area began to refer to these vehicles and the men who drove them as "Rambling Wrecks from Georgia Tech." The Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech is the 1930 Ford Model A Sport coupe that serves as the official mascot of the student body at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The Wreck is present at all major sporting events and student body functions. Its most noticeable role is leading the football team into Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field, a duty which the Wreck has performed since 1961.
Product details
Rep your favorite team or mascot with our ultra soft and lightweight French Terry fabric, perfect for a lived-in feel. The Men's Snow Heather Hooded Sweatshirt will quickly become your favorite hoodie.
  • 66/34 Polyester/Ring-Spun Cotton Pre-shrunk French Terry
  • Lightweight 7.2 oz
  • Men's Sizing
  • Soft ring-spun snow heather French Terry fabric for a vintage, lived-in feel
  • Tear away label
  • Gunmetal grommets, natural flat woven drawcord
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