1957 Chevy Bel Air Convertible "Peggy Sue"
The Original 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible "Peggy Sue". Now in Sam Pack's Museum!!

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Insured &
protected by:
1957 Chevy - Hagerty Logo
(www.hagerty.com)

"It has been a pleasure to have had the opportunity to insure this lovely 1957 Chevy. We have been insuring it for the past 3 years for $175k John has really kept this car in pristine condition. It truly is one of a kind"
- Bob DeKorne Spec. Accts. Rep. Hagerty
1-800-922-4050 ext. 8766


 

Hi, This is Peggy Sue. Click here to check Out My Home Page with Biograpphy and Merchandise.
Hi. This is Peggy Sue. Click my photo to see my home page including my biography and special "Peggy Sue LLC" merchandise.

Buddy HollyBelow are some highlights of shows and events that Peggy Sue was a part of.and The Crickets


 

Appraised by:
1957 Chevy - AAG logo
(www.autoappraisal.com)
1-800-848-2886

"This is one of the most valuable 57 Chevy's known to exist, a true investment auto.  I am authorized to state that this car is a six-figure automobile, a fully documented restoration."
- Larry Batton President AAG
A Brief History of the Real 1957 Chevy "Peggy Sue" Car

ORIGIN:

  1. Assembled Oakland, California complete with 1-piece front bumper and seamless frame.

  2. Complete archives from the assembly plant in Oakland California by GM comes with car.


ACHIEVEMENTS & APPEARANCES:

  1. Limited edition poster done in June '94 by "Classic Chevy's of Charlotte, Inc." commemorating the '55 - '57 Chevy Bel Air Convertible of which only 3,000 posters were printed depicting "Peggy Sue". Click here to see and purchase posters on eBay for $10.00 plus shipping.

  2. S.E.M.A. (Specialty Equipment Market Association) in May, 1996 held a "Salute to Motorsports and Automotive Performance" commemorating the 100th anniversary of the automobile. Peggy Sue was displayed at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History and the front lawn of Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.

  3. Charlotte Motor Speedway (Lowes) in September 96 held a tribute to the 100th anniversary of the automobile called "100 Years & Beyond" in which Peggy Sue was a "Feature" car.

  4. Carlisle "All-GM Nationals" June 29-July 1, 2001. Peggy Sue was an "Invitational Car" and gained a "Recognition" award.