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Bruce Uhrich has passed on the sad news that Checker fan George Lukacs from Virginia passed away. According to Bruce, George was very active and over the last 20 years: always attended the Das Awkscht Fescht show at Macungie. While at the PA. show George and his...read more
In the 1954 Advertisement Checker Service Goes Round the World, the copy reads “ From Norway to Tahiti, from Uruguay to Saudi Arabia – wherever taxicab operators know and rely on built in quality and economy for profitable operation, the Checker Cab is famous for its...read more
Checker Motor Cars, the firm based out of Haverhill, Massachusetts recently posted on Facebook an update regarding the creation of a new Checker prototype. This is the company that announced in 2015 that they intended to produce a new six door Checker. In the past,...read more
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