1926 is an interesting year for Checker as the small company would offer two models, The Model E and new Model F. Additionally an export version of the Model E was offered for the UK market, with right hand drive and opening  rear passenger section.  

Its highly likely that Checker continued with the Model E to deplete excess inventory while still offering the new Model F. Model F was still linked back to a ten year old Partin-Palmer design. Based on photographs it appears that the Model F had a slightly altered body with a slanted windshield behind the cowl, beyond the minor difference the Model F is very similar to it Checker and Commonwealth predecessor.


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