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More Money Than Brains

The videos only description is as follows.  “The restoration of the 1978 Checker Taxi Cab that was used in the Taxi TV Series. The restoration by Todd Harroun – Kalamazoo, MI.” A great video, we love to showcase all the Checker videos shared to the public on...

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Opinions On The Crushing Of Checkers

Its been about six months since 40 Checkers were dumped at a Lawrence, Mass crushing yard.  A lot of energy was spent trying to save as many Checker cars and parts as possible. Back in September of 2018, there was plenty of opinions about the dumping of the Checkers. ...

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Last Chance For Checkers In Lawrence

495 Auto Salvagers is down to six Checkers left of the forty Checkers dumped by Adamson Industries (Checker Motor Cars) last October.  The remaining cars can be seen in the video below. Contact Helen Torres at...

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