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Switching Out Gear Selectors

Found on Facebook Checker  newcomer Josh Samuels posted an interesting “Checker How Too” Will let you know but here is the long and short. Have a 66 marathon. Pulled the Borg Warner auto out and put in a TH350 trans mater to the Chevy engine. The column...

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Ode To The Model E by Kaelan Benjamin Bentham

An E is anything you want it to be… As long as you don’t want it to be wee, For E’s are really quite special you see. They didn’t just make them for and me.  My, they made a few even for royalty! See the main factor that makes an E be, Is 9...

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Checker Movie Stills

We all know that Checkers have long been the darling of the film industry.  Well, here is the photographic evidence, just a couple of film stills.  What’s a film still?  It’s a photograph taken on or off the set of a movie or television program during...

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This group is dedicated to the preservation vintage of Checker cabs produced from 1922 through 1982. The Internet Checker Taxicab Archive is the largest online club, featuring more than 3000 items in the digital archive, and more being added every week. We invite you to view the archives, learn about the history of Checker Cab, download photos and newsletters, and join the online group. All of the resources, content, and groups on this site are free to access and/or join. Our goal is to create the largest free online resource and community for Checker Cab fans.

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