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Bishop Sheen Checker Limo Update

We have discussed the Bishop Sheen custom Checker in past blogs, we now have an update. We recently found in the Classic Car Club of America Archive files a memo written by automotive designer Raymond Dietrich, the memo documents the modifications for the Limo Sheen...

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The Mysterious Rear Window Tailgate

This writer has always admired William Crawford’s Checkers. We recently presented the updated restoration photos of Bill’s Checker wagon. One interesting aspect of Bill’s Checker is the unique rear window above the tailgate. Its clearly not stock, but it does have a...

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Put-In-Bay Show Coming Up Soon, Time To Makes Plans!

Fellow Checker people, we are now in the 2 months window for the Ohio Event! Here’s the PLAN!! FRIDAY Aug 24. come into town, and meet up at the Giving Tree Orchards and event barn, we will park all the checkers as they arrive in a car show style… Checker...

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