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Recently I developed a forecasting model to determine how many Checkers may still exist. Once the models was completed, the resulting forecast determined that there was about 419 surviving Checkers. Posted up on Facebook several folks felt the number was too low. ...read more
Over 30 years ago I received my BS in Business Administration with a major in Accounting. I am a numbers guy. When former Checker plant manager John Logan recently donated Checker production records, being a numbers guy I was really excited. We now have access...read more
The Checker Model A was only made for one full year 1940, and a shortened 1941 model year run due to WWII. Over the years the rumor grew up that CEO and founder Morris Markin melted down all the body tools and dies for the war effort. Automobile production ceased...read more
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