Burton Morris created our poster in 2009 and did another masterpiece again this year. He is offering both original canvas paintings for the PVGP to auction and raise funds for charity. The paintings are both 48″ high x 36″ wide. The value of each unique piece is $25,000 each and they will not be reproduced – these are the only paintings. The PVGP is using the OneCause Mobile App to auction the paintings. The auction will open on July 8 and stay open through Race Day on July 24. Bidding on each painting starts at $5,000 and there is a BUY IT NOW option at $25,000 each.
Bid on Burton Morris’ Original Canvas Paintings – Auction ends July 24 through our OneCause App. Proceeds benefit the PVGP charities
The 2009 poster shows a BMW 328 zooming through Schenley Park with the iconic stone walls and Pittsburgh skyline in the background. BMW was the PVGP’s Marque that year.
The 2022 poster highlights Porsche as the PVGP’s Marque of the Year. It shows a Brumos Porsche 911 passing by the University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning.
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About the PVGP
Begun in 1983, the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is entering its 40-year and features two weekends of racing action. The first weekend is the PVGP Historics at Pitt Race. The second weekend is racing on a 2.33-mile road course set on the streets of Schenley Park, a city park adjacent to the Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh campuses. Between the race weekends there are car shows, parties, car shows road rallies, and more. PVGP is a volunteer-run event with 1,200 volunteers. The PVGP is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization with a charity mission and has raised $6 million for the Autism-Pittsburgh and Merakey Allegheny Valley School for individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism.