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Member Profile: Romano Catone

1981 Original New York Checker Cab 2nd Owner. I am the 2nd owner of this Original New York Checker Cab. I bought this from a family in New Jersey that had this car in storage since 1985. It was bought Brand new in 1981 by a gentleman that had his own New York City...

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Checkers Used Corvette Parts!!!!!!

Here at the ICTA, we are on a quest to find compatible parts that can be used for the restoration or preservation of Checker Cabs. Every once and while a new part pops up that was not really on the radar screen. Back in the fall of 2018, the ICTA was very active in...

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Chicago Taxicab Strike of 1937, 82 Years Ago This Weekend

The unfortunate Checker Cab Model Y’s above was produced by Checker Cab Manufacturing of Kalamazoo, Michigan between 1935 and 1939,  this one clearly suffered the wrath of striking Chicago taxicab drivers.   The strike was one of the most violent taxi strikes ever and...

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