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Re: Worthington Chief

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12-09-2013 05:56:11

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Dan, Google search led to an old 2006 discussion here on yesterdays tractor.

doublebfarms said in that discussion that he had one with serial number C1877.

Jim Mitteer also posted in same discussion that models like yours were built 1939-1949.

You probably have seen that Ford components were also used by Worthington.

In thinking back I barely remember as a kid seeing one of these that my mother's uncle had. That has been many years ago and all those folks are gone. Of course I was a kid back in the previous century ☺


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Dan S (NY)

12-09-2013 09:40:33

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 Re: Worthington Chief in reply to BillOHIO, 12-09-2013 05:56:11  

I have been searching and found some of those discussions. I don't think there is an official list of models and serial numbers out there, at least I can't find any mention of it online. As to Ford components, I also own the Ford Jubilee based model pictured here. It runs good and 4th gear is scary fast!. I don't think they made nearly as many of the Jubilee models as the Dodges. I would like to see another one in person to compare some things.


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12-09-2013 15:05:15

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 Re: Worthington Chief in reply to Dan S (NY), 12-09-2013 09:40:33  
Dan, I googled ARNOLD PALMER GOLF TRACTOR and found some info and pictures. There was even a toy made and sold. Arnold's was a Ford based Worthington.


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Dan S (NY)

12-09-2013 19:25:24

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 Re: Worthington Chief in reply to BillOHIO, 12-09-2013 15:05:15  
Arnold Palmer s golf tractor was actually a Toro, but it did use Ford parts.


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