We are excited to announce that last Sunday, the 1952 Porsche 356 Cabriolet that we restored for the Ingram Collection was awarded “Best in Class” honors at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. This is our second “Best in Class” victory at Pebble Beach in a non-Porsche class. If you recall, our first win was with the 1950 Porsche Gmund 356 Coupe that we restored for Hans Peter Porsche back in 2011.
Along with the “Best in Class” win, the Cabriolet had a successful 70 mile drive on the Pebble Tour Thursday morning. The intent of this tour is to demonstrate that the car can perform as well as it did back in 1952 – straight from the Porsche factory. Participating in the tour helped to set us apart from other cars within our class who did not participate, as well as allowed us to gain an extra point – which is sometimes crucial in the event of a tie breaker.
As Road Scholars celebrates this win, we want to personally thank all of our subscribers and fellow Porsche enthusiasts for the tremendous support over the years. Please enjoy the gallery from our week in Pebble Beach. Thank you!
– Road Scholars Team