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NTHSA Issues Low Volume Auto Manufacturer Regulations

There was a lot of excitement back in 2015 about the potential new production of Checker Cabs. The New York Daily News article reported the following? “Revamped Checker Motors announces two new concepts including El Camino-style sport pickup”.  The article reported  ...

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Checker’s Use of Mock-ups

So how did Checker design their cars? Answer, just like other manufacturers, they used mockups or prototypes. In manufacturing and design, a mockup, is a scale or full-size model of a design or device, used for teaching, demonstration, design evaluation, promotion,...

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80 Years Ago Today

80 years ago today, this photo in the header was taken of the new Checker plant under construction. Designed by Albert Kahn, this plant would become the main stamping facility. This building allowed Checker to migrate away from wood bodied taxicabs to complete steel...

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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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