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As we all know, Checkers pretty much are all the same from 1958-1982. The key differences are mainly the stories of the owners. As always, we love to showcase Checker owners. Next up: Canadian Dirk. Here’s Dirk’s story: My name is Dirk Plante. I am 23 years old...read more
We have posted blogs in the past about taxi cab colors. Clearly in the US, the most popular color in the public’s mind is yellow. Yellow dates back to the days of John Hertz and the creation of Yellow Cab in Chicago. That said, we were shocked to see the recent...read more
As Checker fans, we are all aware of the tremendous amount of room that can be found in the back of a standard Checker A12 Marathon or A11 Taxicab. Over the course of the 60 plus years of Checker production, the company was prone to promoting the idea of room via the...read more
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