Wednesday, July 15, 2015


1927 Checker Model G

 

A new Model G was offered for 1927 along with the Model F. The Model E, a seven-year-old design was then discontinued. Although both the Model G and Model F were still utilizing the Partin-Palmer foundation, balloon tyres gave the Model G a new, lower stance.




Two new bodies were offered, a limousine sedan and a landaulet taxicab. The four-cylinder Buda engine was again standard equipment, with a six-cylinder Buda engine available with the 127-inch wheelbase.




 

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