Posted by Dan S (NY) on April 29, 2013 at 06:34:49 from (126.96.36.199):
Found this on Craigslist and picked it up over the weekend. Its actually a Worthington G-2 that was used to pull gang mowers at a golf course. It runs really nice, no smoke. Itís a blast to drive. I havenít taken it above third gear until the front end gets some new tie rod ends to tighten it up plus some matching tires but its supposed to go 40mp in 4th gear. I want to figure out why someone raised the rear of the hood like that and put it back where it should be. Are the Jubilee hood and gas tank mounts the same as the industrial setups? I donít have another NAA to look at so if anyone has some close up pictures of how the rear of the hood and gas tank are supposed to be set up I would love to see them. Or if anyone actually has one of these I would really like to see some pictures of theirs. It looks like several things have been modified over the years on this one, but sometimes its hard to tell what Worthington did originally and what someone changed 40 years ago.
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