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Re: Worthington Chief

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Dan S (NY)

12-09-2013 09:40:33
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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.

Dan

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BillOHIO

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.

Bill



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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.

Dan



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