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Worthington G 6 ?

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Bob in Mi

11-22-2007 09:27:00

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Found an old Worthington, and was told it might be a G6. Has the Continental red seal engine. This one has an underbelly sickle mower. Does anyone have any information on the later Worthington's rather than the earlier Ford versions. Anybody know of a supplier of Continental engine parts as this one is stuck. Mower bar has been broken off, I would think this unit was made by a secondary company, any info on the mower would be helpful. Photo would be great. Thanks, Bob.

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william e king bill

12-10-2007 17:47:20

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 Re: Worthington G 6 ? in reply to Bob in Mi, 11-22-2007 09:27:00  
worthington,made the mowers first in 1914 including the sicler bar side mower. in the late teens they purchesed modle t motors and light truck chasies and cut them for the use of there gulf corse tractors. I have a early 30's tractor that was my fathers and it was in daily use till the late 60's has been in my garage for 44 years. use it now and then for praide's. in 1940's worthington used dodge motors for a few years and went back to ford. also use to have a 1953 worthington ford modle n. they were all made in stroudsburg pennsylvania till toro bought them out some time in the 50's. if u have a early sicle bar before 37 it was probley a worthington. am getting to old to keep my intrest in the tractor and am going to sell it because i have to menny intrest and lost intrest in the tractor. continental motors were used in the late 40's and mabey very early 50's. i have some old manuals some where. will try to find them. they also use to make compressors that used the same continental motor as the tractor. it may be easer to find an old compressor.


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11-23-2007 15:32:38

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 Re: Worthington G 6 ? in reply to Bob in Mi, 11-22-2007 09:27:00  
You may want to check NAPA auto parts stores they carry some of the engine parts you may need.

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Gene Davis (Ga.)

11-22-2007 18:16:20

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 Re: Worthington G 6 ? in reply to Bob in Mi, 11-22-2007 09:27:00  
For Continental parts contact Montes Equipment Chicago they have most all the of NOS Continental stuff you could want. Ask For Gerrard Moon, he is vrey knowledgable.

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Bob in Mi

11-23-2007 19:21:31

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 Re: Worthington G 6 ? in reply to Gene Davis (Ga.), 11-22-2007 18:16:20  
Thanks for the info on the engine, I don't have the unit here at the shop, in a storage barn. At this point I don't know the size of the motor. I will certainly get ahold of this man. Thanks, Bob.

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