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Re: Branching out - Worthington Chief

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Tony in Mass.

12-08-2013 14:47:11

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Yeah, you could work on a 23C diesel till the cows come home, and a Worthington will run better sooner. From the grill, I presume this has one of the WW2 surplus Dodge 6's? I guess they started out with rebuilt Model A Ford engines, and ended up being bought out by... Areins? Jabobson? I have a friend who grow up in East Stroudsburg near their plant... but hasn't bought one yet.. he keeps threatening to get one...
Now where is that exclusive country club? And where is that pile of rocks in the background???

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Dan S (NY)

12-08-2013 18:30:19

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 Re: Branching out - Worthington Chief in reply to Tony in Mass., 12-08-2013 14:47:11  
When I looked it up on the internet, the country club is in Westford, MA. I wonder how long ago they sold the Worthington. The pile of rocks in the one picture is at a rest area on I-89 between Georges Mill exit and Grantham.
Worthington started out making golf course tractors out of Ford Model Ts, then As, then Bs then in the 40's they made the one I got from Dodge trucks with a 218ci flathead six. Jacobson bought Worthington in the 40's.
Didn't get it started today, no spark. Changed the oil and filter, coolant, sucked the old gas out of the tank and cleaned out a pile of acorns behind the dash.


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