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Chalk it up to Art

This past weekend an interesting dialog was on the Checker Cab Club Facebook page posted by Andy Taylor.  Andy raised a question: how do Checker owners feel about people touching their Checkers at cars shows? Checker Cab Club member Lily Joplin Noonan responded: ...

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Checker Grille Proposals 1957

In 1958 Checker introduced the new Checker Model A9 as a replacement for the Checker Model A8:  first introduced in 1956.  Checker had primarily served the taxicab industry for the better part of 35 years, but plans were in order to reach into a new market, the...

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Markin Family Checker Blueprint Donation

It’s been a very busy Summer for the Checker Cab Club, to say it’s been exhausting would be an understatement.  We just completed our first national convention, a multi city venue Checkers from all over the country met in Auburn, Indiana and wrapped up event in...

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This group is dedicated to the preservation vintage of Checker cabs produced from 1922 through 1982. The Checker Cab Club is the largest online club, featuring more than 1000 items in the digital archive, with 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.

We are not associated with the Checker Car Club of America. Documents and copyrighted material in the archive section of this site are retained under the rights granted by The US Copyright Act of 1976, used primarily for: research, teaching, library archiving as defined by the “Fair Use” doctrine.