Did you know that there is a facebook group just for Lancia owners coming to the 2021 Cortile?
by Bernard Martin
Dave Shindle has been kind enough to create a Facebook Group just for Lancia Owners coming to the Cortile this July. Check out the group AT THIS LINK.
Plans are coming together very nicely for the the first post-pandemic show! We have not featured Lancia since the very very first Cortile back in 2009. We've been looking forward to it since then!
Walt Spak, who was one of the founders of the Cortile has suggested that he could gather some wonderful Lancia's for that very first year and he stunned everyone with the classic's that showed up including an amazing B-24 Aurelia Spider!
Registration is open now, but remember it closes on July 9, so tell your friends to registers soon!
Looking for a place to stay?
We've made arrangements for you to stay at one of two places.
Just be sure to mention that your are booking under the PITTSBURGH VINTAGE GRAND PRIX!
Mansions on Fifth - This is an amazing facility jus cover the hill from Schenley Park. There are a limited number of rooms available in these two classic mansions. There is a very large private parking lot that you will want to make sure you take some photos of your car there!
Doubletree Hilton in Cranberry Twp. - This was the host hotel for the Alfa Romeo Owners Club Convention in 2019. It's a beautiful facility with an big indoor atrium featuring a bar and restaurant. It's about a 30 minute drive form Schenley Park but in one of the fastest growing communities in the region. Plenty of restaurants and night life are close by.
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