J.C. & Tillie Carrizales's 1957 Chevy
J.C. Carrizales                   Walter Martinez          Marty Martinez
L-R:  Walter Martinez, Ruben Reyes, J.C. Carrizales, Rio Guevara,
and Richard Lafoille Woodfoot
J.C.'s Model A and Art Pine's '37 Ford
Downtown parade from 1975
Cruisin' the Alamo City since 1973!
The Alamo City Rods Car Club was organized in 1973, and has recently been reorganized in honor of
Joe "JC" Carrisalez.  J.C. was one of the original founders and the first president of the Club, and was
well known to most members of San Antonio car clubs.

To this day we continue a long proud history of cruising the Alamo City and supporting our great
community.  

Below you will find pictures from our early years and from the last several years.    
History
For many years we believed that our club was founded in 1974 (as illustrated in our anniversary logo
above), but one of our members found some documentation dating back to 1973.  With the
exception of some shirts, we have made the adjustments to show our founding in 1973.  We are
looking forward to many more years of cruising the Alamo City.
We found a lost treasure!
Cruisin' the Alamo City since 1973!
Vintage Logo
Modern Logo
*  The Alamo City Rods name, Vintage Logo, and Modern Logo are owned exclusively by the Alamo City Rods.  No unauthorized use without the express consent of the Alamo City Rods.
Some of the Original Founders in 1975 at the Waco Rod Run
From Top L-R:  Tillie Carrizales, Walter Martinez, Richard Castillo, Marty Martinez, and Mario Trevino.  
Bottom L-R:  Ruben Reyes and Jamie Arredondo
Marty's 1938 Ford, Walter's '48 Jeep, and Mario wrapping up
the 1975 Waco Run.