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Worthington tractors

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Dan S (NY)

07-01-2014 10:05:07

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Been working on getting the two Worthington's ready for our local show over the past month. The Chief now has working brakes including the parking brake, new seat spring and shock, fuel pump and put a kit in the carb. It starts and runs nice now. Also installed a step plate under the hitch so its easier to climb aboard. The steering still has a lot of free play but that will have to wait. The Jubilee didn't need as much as it went to the show last year. The brakes where hanging up so worked on that and fixed the horn. The Jubilee Worthington really gets peoples attention when they see it going by! I don't think they know what to make of it. Dan

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08-08-2014 07:59:57

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 Re: Worthington tractors in reply to Dan S (NY), 07-01-2014 10:05:07  

My bullet and a dump unit from Mn.

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08-08-2014 07:16:45

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 Re: Worthington tractors in reply to Dan S (NY), 07-01-2014 10:05:07  
The man you need to speak with is Harley Collins. Basically, I am told he knows about everything about Worthington's, has written a book about them.

I have a G-6 with a Continental 162 in it, waiting to be restored along with a Toro Allen Tractor '39 Bullet. The picture that i have is the dump unit, and mine is the bullet like the two you have. Bullets were built to pull gang mowers and some had rear/underbelly sickle mowers. Looking at a G-5 that has a flail mower in front.

Email me at and I will send you Harley's address.

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07-01-2014 14:16:02

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 Re: Worthington tractors in reply to Dan S (NY), 07-01-2014 10:05:07  
Several years ago, aboot 40 years as I would go to the Twin Cites, Mn. at a little burg called Coats there sat a Chief beside a garage for several years it was there every trip, I thought many times to stop and try to buy it, then one day it was gone.
It looked complete and was painted red.
Now they are getting scarce as hens teeth.

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