Worthington Motor Sales 1947 from Don O'Brien, who is Dok1 on Flickr
The photo is linked to the photo in O'Brien's 'Worthington Business' set which is part of his 'Worthington Ohio: My Hometown' Collection on Flickr. There is a great conversation about the origins of the building and where the business moved later on the comments there.
Worthington Motor Sales was on New England Avenue. I assume it was on the corner of High St. and New England. Northeast or southeast?
News yesterday was that Worthington Ohio is something special! Ohio Magazine named Worthington an Ohio's Best Hometown for 2011. People in Worthington have known what a great hometown it is for a long time.
More about Worthington Businesses
Old Worthington Really the Worthington Inn but it was the New England Inn at the time.
An older Old Worthington, the business district High St. Worthington Ohio in the 1930s.
Above posts featuring Don O'Brien's photos (used with permission or licensed with a Creative Commons license) from the 1930s and 1940s. Worthington was settled in 1803 but I believe when O'Brien grew up out in Sharon Towship north of Worthington, Worthington boundaries had not yet grown beyond the original village.