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Over the last couple of days, we have been alerting Checker fans to the many parts being pulled by Dan Smith. Dan has done a fantastic job working with a team of Massachusetts locals, stripping Checkers at 495 Autosalvagers. Parts that are not being sold or shipped...read more
A message from ICTA member and Facebook moderator Dan Smith: Ok everyone I am running out of time here. Friday night I’m done. If you want a car or parts pull the trigger now. Getting what I can for everyone, 495 Auto Salvagers have a small lot and need the...read more
This writer is a classic car guy. Since 1973, this writer have been a classic car owner starting out with a DeSoto, and for this reason, I can’t wrap my around the idea that one person would dump 40 Checkers at the crusher. It’s been about four weeks since the mass...read more
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