AAAAAAaaahhhhh!!!! Ok, I'm calm now. I do know that Teak Oil is formulated for Teak, not from Teak. I was leaning towards Tung and had begun to shop around for it online before you introduce BLO in the mix, so to speak. However, after reading the two articles you listed I'm going with Tung Oil. I'll dilute pure Tung Oil 1:1 with Mineral Spirits for the first few coats until the wood stops absorbing it then go to straight oil for the last coat or 3. I will do my best to be sure each coat is dry before applying successive coats. I've read some horror stories of people who were in a hurry and ended up with a gummy mess that wouldn't dry. Should be an interesting experience. Since this was a very expensive board, I'll practice on a cutoff first. Time is not an issue so whether this takes a week or a month doesn't matter to me.
Quick update. The board arrived and measures 2 1/2 inches thick, 94" long and varies from 8" in the center to 13" at the ends. It's a reclaimed board, there are some screw holes in the bottom of it, so it's already flat with a uniform thickness. All I have to do, besides making the cuts for the end panels, is to sand off the old finish. After sanding I'll see if it absorbs the oil on a test piece which should help me determine if the existing finish is a film or oil. Either way, once I'm down to bare wood I'll go with the Tung oil.
If you think I said anything stupid in this post please let me know. Otherwise, once again, thanks for you advice.