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Have you ever wondered how rare Checker taxis survived? there are several key themes for each example of a rare Checker’s survival post their taxicab service. In this blog, we’ll present the 1930’s era survivors and showcase how they survived. One...read more
None other than Daniel Smith and his Arizona Checker...read more
From time to time we like to present the Checker Cab survivors, car that span the period of 1922 through 1958, the introduction of the Superba. For all intensive most Checkers were sold into the taxicab trade as purpose built taxicab, not retail consumer cars. ...read more
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