Nestled on Shadyside’s charming Walnut Street view a sampling of rare, classic and exotic cars. This long running show features some of the region’s finest and most unique vehicles. Cars are selected by invitation only – so this promises to include show cars rarely seen at other car shows and cruises. Walnut Street is located only minutes from Schenley Park where the International Car Show and races occur a few days later. Click here to make a donation to our charities in honor of this show.
PVGP Welcomes eyetique as the exclusive sponsor of our Walnut Street Invitational Car Show
Founded by Norman Childs, eyetique first opened in 1979 in the Squirrel Hill area of Pittsburgh and has grown to 7 stores located throughout the greater Pittsburgh region including two stores on Walnut Street in Shadyside, Other locations include Wexford, South Hills Village, Wilkins Twp., Southside Works, Squirrel Hill, and the Mall at Robinson. Norman Childs has been designing his own line of glasses since 1998, which has become the best-selling line at eyetique. They have built their reputation on providing exceptional service along with high-fashion, high-quality products. More information can be found at www.eyetique.com
In order to limit the chaos on the day of the show, only cars holding a mailed invitation will be admitted. The logistics of squeezing 130 cars onto Walnut Street is daunting: accommodating unexpected guests is next to impossible. Please do not show-up without an invitation expecting to show your car. Invitations are rotated from year to year so that we can showcase a different variety each year. Contact Greg Farrell for details.
Shadyside, in the heart of Pittsburgh’s East End, is a residential neighborhood with a village-like feel with Walnut Street, Ellsworth and South Highland Avenues as its prosperous commercial and entertainment core. These streets offer a bustling atmosphere of boutiques, shops, lounges, and restaurants designed to suit the discriminating tastes of residents and visitors. Shadyside is popular with a mix of affluent families, young professionals, artists and students. Old-fashioned architectural character, along with newer, modern homes and buildings are woven together, making a unique and beautiful neighborhood.