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    Cal Worthington stands in front of one of his barns on his ranch in Orland, Calif. on Thursday, May 2, 2013. Worthington, 92, made millions selling cars in California making a name for himself with his witty car commercials which were live on television starting in the 1950's. He still continues to produce his own television commercials for his car lots in Alaska and Long Beach. He spends most of his time on his 24,000 acre ranch in Orland where he grows olives, almonds and grazes 1,000 head of cattle. He still owns and flies his Lear jet with his son Rod.
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    Cal Worthington works out with weights in his basement gym, which he does each morning at his ranch home in Orland.
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    Cal Worthington checks over a small herd of cattle.
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    Cal Worthington drives his all terrain vehicle - a gift from his family - which he uses to check out his olive and almond trees on his ranch.
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    Cal Worthington is contrasted by a 'W' etched into a glass door at his ranch in Orland, Calif.
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    Cal Worthington talks on the phone while he relaxes on his couch at his home in Orland.
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    Cal Worthington talks to his ranch secretary Kathy Fortino, right, and vendor Paul Erlendsun at the Worthington Ranch office in Orland.
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    Cal Worthington reads the newspaper at his desk where he continues to run the many businesses he has created over the years from his ranch in Orland.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
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    Cal Worthington, 92, made millions selling cars in California making a name for himself with his witty car commercials which were live on television starting in the 1950's. He still continues to produce his own television commercials for his car lots in Alaska and Long Beach. He spends most of his time on his 24,000 acre ranch in Orland where he grows olives, almonds and grazes 1,000 head of cattle. He still owns and flies his Lear jet with his son Rod.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
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    Cal Worthington poses with his dog Spot - as he warmly referred to the tiger he used in his auto commercials - while being photographed in 1976 while serving as the Grand Marshall of the bicentennial parade in Orange County, Calif.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
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