The Heartbeat Lives On

Michael Brock Lovingly Restored His Father’s ’55 Bel Air From the time I was old enough to pop the hood of a car, I worked at my dad’s Philips 66 service station in Elkhart, IN. When I turned 16, he and I bought and built separate ’55 Chevys. He painted his Bel Air Marina Blue and I painted my 210 Post Arctic White. We worked on our cars together for five years before he fell ill with cancer in 1971, when I was a college junior. He was gone in a heartbeat. I sold my ‘55 and vowed to keep

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