Slideshow: Cal Worthington, car dealer and TV showman, dead at 92

Cal Worthington stands in front of one of his barns on his ranch in Orland, Calif. on Thursday, May 2, 2013.
Randy Pench
This undated photo released by Worthington Ford Inc. shows a photo of Cal Worthington car dealer famed for TV ads. Worthington, who built a fortune from a series of West Coast car dealerships and became a TV fixture thanks to commercials urging customers to "go see Cal," has died. He was 92. (AP Photo/Worthington Ford Inc.)
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. 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.
Photo courtesy the Worthington family
Craig Medred