All posts by Cam Ingram

Top Cars of 2020

5. 1966 Porsche 906-127 Josef “Sepp” Greger was born in Scheyern, Germany in 1915 and made his lifelong dream to become a racer a reality

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Homologation Shop Tour

Cam Ingram went live on Instagram to take us on a shop tour featuring four legendary, homologation 911s. 1967 911R This is 003R, one of

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After Hours Walkthrough

At any given time, our showroom and workshop are bound to have a few special cars residing inside them.  Recently, it has begun to resemble

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Fresh Brewed & Air Cooled: After show interview with Stéphane Ortelli

With the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus came widespread cancellation and postponement of automotive events and gatherings throughout the world, along with the recommendation to keep distance between one another. It’s a challenging time for many indeed, and staying in touch with one another is paramount to maintaining one’s sanity.

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Four Cam Jam 2019

Late last year, we hosted an event at Virginia International Raceway which included over 15 Porsches with Fuhrmann-designed four-cam engines. Noted collectors and industry personalities hailing from all over the country joined us.

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Amelia Island Wrap up

The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance 2020 was a great success with more than 300 cars and motorcycles attending the 25th anniversary celebration on Sunday, March 8th. The

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Top 5 Cars of 2019

We have had the honor to place many special cars with new caretakers this year but here are our top 5 of 2019.    1959

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Top 5 Moments of 2019

5. Two Special ’75 Turbos Signed, Sealed and Delivered Earlier this year our 930 expert, Bryan Gremchuk, and the restoration team finished up two special

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Market Observations

The Amelia Island Concours is quickly approaching with an auction weekend that has become known in the industry as the place to sell your Porsche.

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Watts Thoughts on the 70th Anniversary Auction

Well, another few auctions have come and gone and overall the results were consistent with late October early November weather, Cold and Damp. We will start with RM/Sotheby’s Porsche sale in Atlanta the take a quick peek at the Porsches for sale a separate Bonham’s auctions in Padua, Italy.
RM/Sotheby’s sale in Atlanta went much as expected with my partner Cam, and my colleagues Tim and Phil attending…

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Market Ramblings

As most you know I follow and absorb any and all available intel on the classic car market that I can get my hands on.

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Monterey Pre-Auction View

Well, gang it’s that time of year. Time for the continuing saga we call Monterey car week. Let the shit show begin.Lots of exciting happenings on the peninsula this year with the events stacked up. The week will kick of on Tuesday the 21st with the Concours on the Avenue, in Carmel, our favorite event. This show is awesome if you’re a car guy;

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Arizona 2018 Commentary

Well, it’s that time of year again and it was my first real outing after that year long vacation and all I can say is not much has changed with the exception of “The Speculators have left the building!” As I’ve been saying the collector car market hit its peak of speculation in 2016 and has been on a glide path down ever since…

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Getting Back to Basics

I had originally set out to write an article for this month’s magazine about the changing demographics in the collector car world and the possible future ramifications. This slowly changed while we were prepping…

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The Speedster as Blue Chip

The Porsche Speedster and Carrera models continue to drive the 356 blue chip market. Both these 356 models have become iconic, but for different reasons: the Speedster for it’s alluring minimalist styling cues, and the Carrera for its mythical four-cam engine performance attributes.

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Road Scholars Cayman GTR Build – Video

Video by Trey Devon

Highlighted custom features of the Road Scholars Cayman GTR

Body-
* Custom mixed BASF paint in “Burgundy” color – inspired by our 1949 Porsche 356 Gmund restoration
* 911 GT3RS front clip conversion
* Hand fabricated all metal “Wide Body” treatment to doors and quarter panels
* Custom made 1 of 1 rear bumper to fit widened quarter panels
* Shaved roof rails
* 2016 GT4 wing in carbon fiber
* GT3RS Cup Car front lip, hand-made in carbon fiber

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My Two Cents Worth

All things Porsche have had an incredible seven-year run-up in prices, with some really great cars finally starting to level out and even drop in

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New Year’s Thoughts

Well folks, the election is over and whew, what a ride. It doesn’t matter which party you voted for as half my friends are pissed

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Monterey Perspective

Another exciting mid-August week at Pebble Beach is behind us, and it seems the only way to describe it is “same old, same old.” The

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Keep Calm and Carry On

The collector car market as a whole is a worldwide market, and the worldwide economy – as a whole – affects this market, sometimes with

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The Value of a Name

The auction craziness in Amelia with Jerry Seinfeld was interesting, and confusing, and it left me wondering what a name is worth. At the start

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The Delivery

Every blue moon or so you get the opportunity to figure out what your meaning of life is! I was lucky enough to get that

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