"we've worked hard as a company to reach this level of responsibility"
Back when you could buy a numbers matching 356 Speedster for under $100,000 and before the thought of buying a 930 was considered an “investment”, Road Scholars was founded in a small garage in Raleigh, NC. In 2002, We opened the doors up and set out to be one of the few companies (at the time) that catered to the vintage Porsche community.
Soon after the opening of Road Scholars our CEO, Cam Ingram, helped his father, Bob Ingram, come up with the vision for what is now known as the Ingram Collection. Buying and selling some of the most iconic Porsches for the collection helped build great relationships with some of the best collectors in the industry which in return has molded the foundation and business model for Road Scholars.
In 2008, another branch of Road Scholars was created… Road Scholars Restorations. At the time, it was very apparent that getting a concours quality restoration was a dying breed and something we had the passion to do. In 2011, we had the honor to restore and bring home a “Best in Class” for Peter Hans Porsche and his 1949 Gmund.