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A Checker Celebration For Chris Monier in NYC

Saturday October 12th A beautiful evening checking in Manhattan with my buddy Peter, alde and stéphan. Today, day at the garage with a Colombian catering and guests who come in yellow taxis… four checking in a square of 100 meters is something you can’t...

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Chris Monier Day 6 Arrived in New York!

Finally arrived in NYC!…. 10 states crossed! Congratulations to Chris for his brave journey across the US in his recently purchased Checker Model A11 Taxicab.  Its rare to see anyone make a significant journey across the US is an essentially unknown car that is...

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Chris Makes it to the Checker Oasis Day 5

DAY Five Great news Chris has made it to the Checker Oasis in Middlefield, Ohio!  Deep in the Amish country Ben Merkels Checker Oasis is a great destination to rebuild your wayward Checker when traveling across the state. Ben’s not in the business anymore, but...

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