Bunker Spreckels (born Adolph Bernard Spreckels III; August 15, 1949 – January 7, 1977) was an American surfer and an early pioneer of a surfboard design. He was the great-grandson of German-born sugar baron Claus Spreckels. He was heir to the Spreckels Sugar fortune, and when his mother married the actor Clark Gable, Spreckels became Gable's stepson. Bunker, as he was known by his family, met surf photographer Art Brewer in 1969 at the surf spot known as Banzai Pipeline whilst Brewer was on a three-month photo shoot for Surfer magazine.
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