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The New Checker, Con Job or Real?

About four years ago many members of the Checker Car Club of America received a mailing from Adamson Industries and their intent to develop a Checker restoration shop in Haverhill, Mass.   Beyond the mailing to Checker fans, press releases were distributed across the...

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The Checker Crushing Has Started

  It was about one month ago that we alerted Checker fans that a major dumping of Checkers had happened in Lawrence, Mass.   About 40 Checkers were deposited by Checker Motor Cars of Haverhill, Mass.  It appears that CMC and its parent company Adamson Industries...

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TIME TO ACT ON CARS AND PARTS, ONE DAY REMAINING

  ONE DAY LEFT. We’re down to the wire, about four weeks ago we alerted Checker fans on all of the Facebook groups and our 350 member email list that we were pulling parts and saving complete Checkers. The cars dumped by Checker Motor Sales in Haverhill, Mass at...

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This group is dedicated to the preservation vintage of Checker cabs produced from 1922 through 1982. The Internet Checker Taxicab Archive is the largest online club, featuring more than 3000 items in the digital archive, and more being added every week. We invite you to view the archives, learn about the history of Checker Cab, download photos and newsletters, and join the online group. All of the resources, content, and groups on this site are free to access and/or join. Our goal is to create the largest free online resource and community for Checker Cab fans.

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