Norman and Annie Yoder's 1955 Chevy Bel Air has spent 55 years in their loving care. Unlike so many couples who traded off a 2-door hardtop for a “more practical” family car, the Yoders chose to keep their two-tone beauty as a permanent part of their family.
Norman and Annie Yoder's 1955 Chevy Bel Air has spent 55 years in their loving care. Unlike so many couples who traded off a 2-door hardtop for a “more practical” family car, the Yoders chose to keep their two-tone beauty as a permanent part of their family. The Wichita Eagle
Norman and Annie Yoder's 1955 Chevy Bel Air has spent 55 years in their loving care. Unlike so many couples who traded off a 2-door hardtop for a “more practical” family car, the Yoders chose to keep their two-tone beauty as a permanent part of their family. The Wichita Eagle

The one that never got away

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