ELLETTSVILLE, Ind. (AP) - Art Stevens grew up on the farm south of Bowling Green where he was born in 1948. He learned to drive behind the wheel of his dad's 1941 Chevrolet sedan. That was the mid-1960s, and Art's father, Leroy Stevens, had moved on to a more modern car but he kept the old Chevy around the farm. It eventually got parked for good '?out by the old coal shed,' Stevens recalled. He's not sure if someone bought it or if the car disintegrated into the dirt. Half a century later, back in 2015, Stevens was driving his Walmart semi across Illinois to a store in Beardsville, near the state's western border. Parked in a field alongside the road was an old primer-painted Chevrolet, a '?For Sale' sign in the window. '?The one my dad had was just...
READ MORE >
Man restores 1941 Chevrolet sedan, just like his dad's