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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...read more
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...read more
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...read more
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