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ICTA Facebook members were shocked to see a post by member Michale Ruse. Michael posted the following: “My good friend Heidi sent me pics of these Checkers That just arrived at her husband’s salvage yard in Lawrence Massachusetts. Knowing I was a taxi enthusiast she...read more
“………I never did any styling work for Checker Motors. The caption also implies that I copied Chrysler styling in doing postwar Checker designs. That’s doubly wrong, as I said, I never styled a Checker and I never copied someone else’s designs.” Raymond Dietrich 1973...read more
This past weekend a group of Checker’s gathered in Put-in-Bay, Ohio for great get together. Hosted by Dave Kniffen, Checker fans had a great time for this first time event, as usual the event brought new and old friends together. The group gathered at Dave’s event...read more
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