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The Checker association reported on Monday that it had completed its multi-year project and restored the Checker A2 tire model in 1948. The rare car will be presented for the first time at the Lahti Classic Motor Show on May 6-7. May. This is, according to the...read more
In Part I of Twilight Taxi 2017, we provided an update on Ben Merkel’s fantastic collection of Checkers. Ben at one time owned well over 300 Checker’s both restored and parts cars for recycling. As reported in Part 1, Ben has significantly reduced his Checker assets...read more
According to an article in Hemming Motor News blog in 2005 Ben Merkel purchased his first Checker back in the 70’s. “ Ben, of Middlefield, Ohio, east of Cleveland in Amish country, discovered Checkers from a collector’s standpoint when he bought his first...read more
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