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 the starting grid of a Le Mans Classic race. Not just one, but two time capsule 550s side by side is an arresting sight, especially when they are flanked by […]

Evolving the 911 Design – Fresh Brewed & Air Cooled Deep Tracks with Tony Hatter

Tony Hatter’s career at Porsche has spanned nearly 35 years, and to this day has been involved in some of the most formative projects in Porsche’s history.  Tony’s passion for automobiles is a familiar story. As a child in Northern England, he collected Dinky toys and Korgi die-cast miniature cars and would peruse the new […]

Targa Tale

Throughout the entirety of its evolution, the silhouette of the 911 has remained an unmistakable shape in automotive design. From the initial development stages of the Typ 754 (a prototype for the successor to the 356 that laid the foundation for the shape of the 901) to the initial production 901/911, there was always the […]

Fresh Brewed & Air Cooled – Deep Tracks with Bobby Rahal

Bobby Rahal is the second of three generations of racing drivers. His 18 year motorsport career includes noteworthy competition in multiple disciplines including Formula 1, Can Am, CART, Le Mans and IMSA. He is a 3-time CART champion who has also claimed victories at the 1981 24 hours of Daytona and 1987 12 hours of […]

The 906 and Piëch’s lightweight revolution

Throughout the 1950s and the early 1960s, Porsche had proven themselves to be a dominant force in racing. With the 904, they had dominated the under-two-liter GT class. The 904 had sparked a massive change from the race cars that had preceded it, foregoing the typical sheet metal bodies for a  box-section ladder frame with […]

80 years of speed: Gérard Larrousse reaches another milestone

On May 23, Gérard Larrousse turned 80 years old. He is regarded as one of the fastest drivers in the world with a long list of victories to prove it, as well as being a gentleman and one of the world’s all-time greatest racing drivers. At age 21, Gérard Larrousse was still a Business student […]

Fresh Brewed & Air Cooled with Special Guest John Oates

At the same time Hall & Oates were approaching the peak of fame in the mid 1980s, John Oates had a burgeoning racing career that had landed him a position with Pontiac in the Fiero GTU. When John got tangled up in a three-car crash during the running of the Lowenbrau Camel GT 500-mile race, […]

The Great Debate: To Restore or Not To Restore

To restore or not to restore? It sounds like a simple enough yes-or-no question on the surface but proves to be one which can only be answered by a deluge of follow up questions and considerations. It’s a question that can only be answered on a case-by-case basis, and will greatly depend on the person […]

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.

5 Minute Synopsis: The $60,000 X85 Option

Before Porsche ended production of the 964 Turbo in late 1993, a batch of 93 964 Turbos were sent off to Porsche’s Exclusive department to be upgraded to “S” specification. 76 were delivered worldwide with the distinguished flattened front end which pays homage to the legendary 935; ten X83 units were sent to Japan, 39 […]

One Highly Original 1956 Porsche 356A Speedster

“It’s one of those finds that you can not replicate. It is exactly how it was and is a real look into what driving an original, unrestored, of the minute 1956 Speedster was like.” It is a rare occurrence for low-mileage, extremely original cars like this 1956 Porsche 356A Speedster to come to the market. […]

Lost & Found in Düsseldorf Part II | 1958 Porsche 550A Spyder

After being discovered in a clandestine garage in Düsseldorf, Germany, this two-time Le Mans competitor comes to Road Scholars to be united with its new owner. In this video, Cam Ingram shares the story of chassis 0142, from inspection to sharing the 550A with its newest caretaker for the first time. 

COVID-19 and the Collector Car Market

It seems like just yesterday that I was sitting in a room full of smart people during the Scottsdale Auto Auction Week this past January and the topic of Black Swan events predominated the discussion. Black Swan became the hyperbolic buzz phrase during the week. There was much speculation about the economic ramifications for the collector car market if such an event transpired.

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.

Jeff Zwart’s #935PikesPeak Announcement

Jeff Zwart, eight-time Pikes Peak Hill Climb champion, joined Jacky on the podium. Jeff announced his upcoming run at Pikes Peak in a new Porsche 935, sponsored by Road Scholars and the Ingram Collection. Road Scholars will be at the Peak to watch Jeff make this historic run.

Amelia Island 2020 Auction Results

Compiled by Randy Leffingwell It’s time for Round 2 of the 2020 automobile auctions, during which we learn whether Monterey 2019 and Arizona 2020 were just blips or were full-on warnings of unpleasantness ahead. In advance of the weekend, it seemed some caution already was on display with just 47 Porsches offered from the three […]

24 Hours with Jacky Ickx

Road Scholars had the great pleasure last week to host six-time Le Mans winner Jacky Ickx. Jacky and his wife, Khadja, joined us for an evening soiree. Jacky regaled us with several stories about his racing days, his experience working for Enzo Ferrari, and wisdom gained from many laps around the track. Jeff Zwart, eight-time […]

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 fairways of The Golf Club of Amelia Island were packed and any concerns about coronavirus did not seem to have a major impact on attendance this year. Guardians of Porsche […]

Scottsdale 2020 – Great Cars, Not Good Ones

With Scottsdale behind us, the first big car week of the year opened the season in which we can all look forward to the next time we automotive enthusiasts can be together. These may be meetings, dinner sit-downs, events, hours hanging out with friends, and auctions all crammed into a few days (for most) with […]

Road Scholars x Otto Car Club – Scottsdale Event Recap

During the Scottsdale auction week, we teamed up with Otto Car Club for an exclusive event with some of our closest friends and clients. Cocktails were accompanied by great conversation. “Should I drive my ’89 Club Sport”, “What does the future look like for our industry”, “Bizzarrini or Ferrari?”. These were just a few questions […]

2020 Scottsdale Auction Preview

Has it finally happened? Have there been so many auctions so heavily loaded with Porsches over the past decade that there are very few left to sell? That certainly appears as one explanation for the “Nothing to see here, ladies and gentlemen, please move along” consignment lists that have come from Bonhams, Gooding and Company, […]

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 Porsche 356 GS/GT: Chassis #107411 “Ice Racer” Earlier this year we had the opportunity to place this unrestored treasure known as the ”Ice Racer” with its new caretaker. Chassis #107411 is only […]

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 ’75 Turbo projects that we have been working on for the past few years. Here are the details on both of the cars as well as an interview Bryan did […]

To Concours or not to Concours? That is the Question

The Changing Times of Lifestyle Marketing, Activations, and the Future of Concours The calendar year for automotive events has become action-packed. There is an event happening, either regionally or nationally, almost every weekend of the year. Concours d’Elegance events represent a significant part of these annual events and can offer a wide gamut of experiences […]

A Tale of Two Turbos (Video)

Road Scholars restoration specialist talks about the two very special ’75 Turbos he completed restoring this year.

The Agony and Ecstasy of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance

The Agony and Ecstasy was a biographical film that came out in 1965 starring Charlton Heston as Michelangelo in the Age of Enlightenment. Heston delivers a powerful performance and masterfully depicts the challenges Michelangelo encountered while painting the Sistine Chapel in record time for Pope Julius II. I’ve often wondered if Michelangelo recognized that he […]

Monterey Car Week is behind us

With Monterey Car Week 2019 behind us we can all go about our normal routine and business.  Per usual there were plenty of fireworks throughout the week, and plenty of opinionated articles written and released about the collector car market in general, the 1939 Type 64 drama, the demographics of buyers, etc.  I’m going to […]

2019 Monterey Auction Results

Bonhams, Gooding and Company, and RM Sotheby’s offered an impressive assortment of autos across the Monterey Peninsula. However the weekend was not without drama. Whether it was the auctioneer’s accent or a confusion on the electronic price signboard, one car soared—albeit briefly—to an unimagined price range. And then it didn’t.  As always, with our reports, […]

Monterey Auctions Preview 2019

Bonhams, Gooding and Company, and RM Sotheby’s are offering quite an array of Porsches across the Monterey Peninsula. They range from the very earliest one—the Typ 64 (ex-Ferdinand Porsche at RM)—through a good assortment of 1950s and 1960s 356s, a number of early 911s and 912s, a few 1970s-era Turbos up through the first 959 […]

WHAT’S YOUR MILEAGE TYPE?

As a guy walks out of the bar, he gazes silently at two dialed-in G body 1980’s 911 coupes that are available for sale. The first is a 1985 Grand Prix White over black 911 coupe with 19,000 miles and the second is a 1985 Grand Prix White over black 911 coupe with 106,000 miles. […]

Concours Restoration, Revisionist History, and Porsche's First Super Car

Over the years I have written several articles in which I have attempted to explain the difference between Concours restoration and other forms of automotive restoration work. To summarize, concours restoration work demands the application of keen craftsmanship, guided by the discipline of proper research. In other words, it’s the quality of the research and […]

SWEET SPOT

I’ll have the bitter chocolate over cork with black pin-stripe velour, please. If your thinking that’s the June flavor at your local Godiva store your wrong. It was a standard color combination during the fabulous Porsche 911 SC era. You were hooked at bitter chocolate right? Well, there is so much more to the 1978-1983 […]

The Original Carrera GT

Photos by: Brian Rozar In the racing car world, there are prototypes, then “production models”, and finally the highest “improvement on the existing art,” to paraphrase patent application language.  These are typically the last very few examples of an existing model, brimming with standard equipment that was optional on previous years—or hadn’t been invented yet. […]

Treffen 20th Anniversary

The best cure for a Luftgekuhlt-6 hangover was to tear out of LA; heading North up highway 101 and PCH to Monterey, California for the kickoff of the 20th edition of R Gruppe Treffen. I was one of the fortunate few able to experience the back to back weekend of air-cooled excess referred to only […]

The 29th California Mille Miglia

This journey began on a beautiful Bay Area morning. We departed the historic Fairmont Hotel and passed Grace Cathedral on Nob Hill in San Francisco. Approximately 70 vintage sports cars, stretching from stop light to stop light, filled the street with glorious echoing sounds. It wasn’t long—and maybe not long enough with those sweet echoes—and […]

Hill Country Rallye & Robins Rally

The initial thought was a 3,500 mile epic drive fest with 3 friends that spanned the greater part of the Southwest and California over a 9 day period encompassing 3 events in the process.  Not only put in the windshield time but do so as a Road Scholars ambassador, spreading the good word on what we are all about and slipping in some North Carolina Charm along the way.

Pushing North Event at VIR North Course (Video)

Earlier this month Road Scholars hosted the “Pushing North” event, an all-day on-track experience at Virginia International Raceway with some of our VIP clients. To accompany us we had pro-driver Mike Skeen on hand to offer insight and instruction on the best lines. The video below offers a glimpse into the day’s events.

The Sky Isn’t Falling (What We Learned from the Amelia Island Auctions)

The Road Scholars travel team attended the recent auctions at Amelia Island. We heard a lot of chatter about what the results mean for the collector car market. There were more than a few doomsayers who cited the number of ‘no sales’ and cars selling below their low estimates as signs of a declining market. […]

Continental Breakfast at the 2019 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance

Concours founder and chairman Bill Warner, along with his small dedicated team and 600 volunteers, pulled off another world-class event during the 24th annual Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance this past Sunday. An estimated 10,000-plus enthusiasts showed up to enjoy a well-curated collection of automobile history with an engaging variety of classes, as per the norm […]

Good vibes upon return from DRT

  With good fortune from Mother Nature, congratulations to everyone involved for their efforts in pulling off a great Porsche weekend at Das Renn Treffen.  Those of us in the industry understand you have to move mountains to make such an event happen, and hats off to all involved for the growth they’ve experienced in just […]

Scottsdale 2019 Wrap Up

Scottsdale proved to be an interesting kickoff to the auction 2019 season in several regards. As anticipated, there was a lack of European buyers in attendance and there was nothing to really get overly excited about in Scottsdale in 2019. For example, the high-water mark for the week was the 1963 Ferrari 250 GT SWB […]

The 964 America Roadster takes Charles back! (Video)

Meet our Marketing Director and the newest member of Road Scholars, Charles Stanley! Charles is passionate about all things Porsche, so we put him behind the wheel of our latest arrival the 964 America Roadster and here are his thoughts!

Arizona Auction Week: An Uncertain Market

It will be an interesting kickoff to the auction season in Scottsdale this week with a heightened sense of uncertainly during a partial government shutdown and the overall financial market volatility. Brexit and macroecomomic uncertainty have taken the European buyer out of the global collector car market, by and large. I suspect that there will be a […]

Road Scholars – A Year In Review 2018

As 2018 comes to a close, its easy for us to  feel a bit nostalgic when reflecting on all of the events, moments and memories that took place this year.  From restoring the America Roadster in 8 months to watching the last 550 Spyder’s new owner take his first drive and everything in between. Here […]

Cam's Recap on the 550-0090 (Video)

Cam Ingram recaps what it was like to bring life back to the last 550 Spyder – chassis 0090. From acquiring it for our client late last year to prepping it to be shown at the Peterson Museum to getting it ready for the road. It has been such a privilege to work on such […]

A Fork In The Road, The Journey Contiues

After 15 years of building Road Scholars, Kevin and I have decided to move in new directions and have dissolved our partnership. I have some ambitious ideas for moving Road Scholars into a new era and Kevin has an exciting new endeavor that he’s pursuing. We have both realized our good fortune in our journey […]

Kevin's Auction Preview

August usually wraps up the auction year but we have a 70th anniversary pop-up auction by RM/Sotheby’s at the Porsche Experience Center Atlanta(PECATL) on October 27th. Many considered Rennsport the conclusion of the 70th Anniversary celebration by Porsche but RM convinced them to have one more party in the ATL.After looking at all the lots and […]

Road Conditions

The automobile has been an integral part of the American ethos for more than a century. It combines many American ideals: individualism, freedom, technological innovation, and the desire to continually go farther and faster. Thomas Jefferson was prescient in identifying three inalienable driving rights: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. LifeWe depend on our […]

Road Scholars Heads to Rennsport Reunion

It’s that time again to celebrate the motorsport world’s largest gathering of Porsche race cars. In case you’ve been living underneath a rock, the upcoming Rennsport Reunion VI has been expanded to four days and will be held September 27-30, 2018 on the Monterey Peninsula. Rennsport has become a world-wide happening, with the rarest Porsche race cars […]

Meet Road Scholars New General Manager – Phil Whitehead

I was born to be in the car business. My grandfather drove across the country in a 1915 Ford Model T with Edsel Ford. My parents met in Flint, Michigan, while my dad was an engineering student at General Motors Institute. And I grew up in Detroit during the golden age of American muscle cars. […]

Road Scholars Places 3rd in Class at Pebble Beach

It was an honor to represent Porsche at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance for the second year in a row with a 1952 Porsche Type 540 Aluminum Sport Roadster from the Ingram Collection. The Type 540 roadster would later become known as the “America Roadster,” and represents Porsche’s first attempt to build a production race […]

Road Scholars – The Pursuit of Excellence (Short Film)

A few months ago, we had a special opportunity as the creative genius Dan Olivares (a film maker from Boston) came to visit us at our Durham location. At that time, we had the iconic 904 GTS in the showroom, a few special restoration projects in the works and, well, Dan had a camera. After […]

Amelia Island 2018 – Recap

March has come quickly and most of you know what that means – the first big event of the year happens with the always-exciting Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. It seems that this event gets bigger each and every year for the Porschephiles – the rarity and number of Porsches on the field is downright astounding. In contrast, it brings out tough competition to all judged classes.

The 550-0090 Spyder – Engine and Transmission Assembly (Video)

  The Back Story: As you might recall in the middle of 2017, we had the pleasure of assisting with the  acquisition of one of most original 550 Spyder’s (550-0090) in existence for one of our favorite clients. Once it was shipped to our main campus, our service department performed a total mechanical service to ensure […]

GT2 EVOlution

  Written and Photographed By: Brian Rozar When you think about Porsche in 2017 the first thing that probably comes to mind is Porsche’s latest and greatest release of the Porsche GT2RS. For the most part it has been the most highly anticipated “road” car of the year. It nearly broke the internet when the […]

Amercian Speedster

Written & Photographed by Brian Rozar  The 1950’s, a decade of prosperity, colored television, the beginning of rock-n-roll and an overall upbeat and exciting America. As for Porsche, it was the commencement of a legacy with the introduction of the 356. In 1954, Porsche took the 356 a step further and established Porsche’s racing heritage […]

Winning the Class at Pebble Beach

Written by Cam Ingram Photos by Brian Rozar The 1952 Porsche 356 Cabriolet that we restored for the Ingram Collection earned “Best in Class” honors at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, and we are still riding on cloud nine. This is our second “Best in Class” victory at Pebble Beach in a non-Porsche class. If you recall, our first […]

2017 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance – Best in Class

We are excited to announce that last Sunday, the 1952 Reutter Cabriolet Chasis #15040 that we restored came away with a Best in Class win at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance for the Ingram Collection! 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 Peter Hans Porsche back in 2011.

Matt Farah drives the Cayman GTR

A couple of months ago we released our custom Cayman GTR build video on YouTube. To our surprise it received an honorable amount of views, in a short period of time, with the help of a few popular automotive outlet features. With the views came comments… but one question kept being asked… “When is Matt […]

Porsche 911 SC/RS – Inventory Story

      The unassuming 911RS with true Motorsports pedigree: Back in February, the Porsche Museum launched a YouTube video that covered the top five rarest factory models ever produced. In the video, Dieter Landenberger, manager of Porsche’s historical archives establishes the usual suspects of rare and limited production street legal models from Stuttgart. Towards the end […]

Employee Spotlight: Tim Kuhn

We’re excited to bring you our very first Road Scholars Employee Spotlight – featuring our Sales Manager, Timothy Kuhn. Tim is a native of Pella, Iowa – a small rural Dutch community where he could grow as a boy, explore and enjoy time spent with his family and friends, sports, hunting, and music. A lot […]

Road Scholars at Monterey Car Week

  We are excited to be participating in a number of events during the Monterey Car Week and look forward to seeing many old friends and hope to make new ones! Please be sure to stop by and visit with us at the following events:   Quail Motorsports Gathering Date: Friday, August 18, 2017 Location: Quail […]

1956 Porsche Typ 550 Rennsport Spyder

Photography by: Brian Rozar The Porsche factory launched its first definitive race model 550 Rennsport Spyder design in 1953. Only 90 examples were made; each with lightweight aluminum bodywork and a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine. Later production Spyder’s tipped the scales at 1,301lbs.  The engine was designated as the Typ 547, and featured four overhead camshafts. With an aluminium crankcase, the […]

The Last Speedsters

The 356 Speedster will always be a Porsche and cultural icon, much like the 1973 Porsche 911 2.7 RS. It’s an intrinsically cool design that will continue to transcend markets with each generation of Porsche collectors. The 356 Speedster is an outlier; attracting buyers who are not necessarily Porsche connoisseurs, but rather, individuals who are simply interested in making a statement. Because of its cultural resonance, the 356 Speedster has been owned by celebrities and featured in so many movies.

Road Scholars – Amelia Island trip 2017

Events:  Werks Reunion – March 10, 2017 Cars Shown:  1967 Porsche 911R 1974 Porsche 911RS 3.0 1984 Porsche 911SCRS 2008 Porsche Cayman GTR 2016 Porsche 911R Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance – March 11, 2017 Cars Shown: 1955 Porsche 550 Spyder   [

2016 Pinehurst Concours d'Elegance: Road Scholars Wins Best in Porsche Air Cooled Class

Concours: Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance Award Date: 04/30/2016 Car: 1960 Porsche 356B Super 90 With the very first 356B Super 90 ever made, Road Scholars was the proud recipient of Best In Class at the fourth annual Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance. We finished this restoration project in 2011 and it showed extremely well in a tough class, […]

2016 Amelia Island Concours D'Elegance: Best in Class – Porsche – Rare 356 Open (Photographs by Guy Smith, Jeff Zwart, and Cam Ingram)

The 21st annual Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance is now history, setting a number of new records even as founder and chairman Bill Warner abbreviated the awards presentations on Sunday afternoon in anticipation of rain. Days before this, however, Porsche Cars North America helped kick off the weekend with its Porsche Wine Maker’s Dinner on Thursday […]

Rennsport Reunion V

March has come quickly and most of you know what that means – the first big event of the year happens with the always-exciting Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. It seems that this event gets bigger each and every year for the Porschephiles – the rarity and number of Porsches on the field is downright astounding. […]

Jeff Zwart takes 1st place in Time Attack 1 – Pikes Peak 2015

Road Scholars was thrilled to be one of Jeff Zwart’s sponsors at the 93rd Annual Pikes Peak Hill Climb, and is proud to share this incredible video of his 1st place-in-class run at the event on Sunday, June 28th. This year marked the 93nd Annual Pikes Peak Hill Climb in Colorado Springs, which is the second oldest motor […]

Get your copy of PORSCHE UNEXPECTED

PORSCHE UNEXPECTED: Discoveries in Collecting is a three-year labor of love by co-owner Cam Ingram.  Along with co-author Randy Leffingwell and photographer Michael Furman, Ingram has spent the last few years meticulously researching the world of classic car collecting. Click here to purchase your copy. PORSCHE UNEXPECTED explores the “how” and “why” of collecting. It […]

PORSCHE UNEXPECTED Book Launch Party

Last week, Road Scholars celebrated the release of PORSCHE UNEXPECTED: Discoveries in Collecting, a three-year labor of love by co-owner Cam Ingram.  Along with co-author Randy Leffingwell and photographer Michael Furman, Ingram has spent the last few years meticulously researching the world of classic car collecting. On August 14th, at the Porsche Zentrum Center at Quail […]

Road Scholars sponsors Jeff Zwart's Pikes Peak film

Road Scholars is proud to share this incredible video of Jeff Zwart’s run up Pikes Peak this past June. The 92nd Annual Pikes Peak Hill Climb in Colorado Springs is the second oldest motor sports race in America. It’s a 12.42 mile course with 156 turns and an elevation increase of 4,725 feet. The grueling course elevations dilute […]

2014 Pikes Peak Hillclimb

Flags will drop for the 2014 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on June 29, 2014 in Colorado Springs, CO. The event, which is the second oldest motor sports race in America, is a 12.42 mile course with 156 turns and an elevation increase of 4,725 feet. The grueling course elevations dilute reflexes and even steal 30% […]

2014 Pinehurst Concours d'Elegance

On Sunday, May 4, 2014, the second annual Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance will take place at the world-renowned Pinehurst Resort and Golf Course.  The best of golf will meet the best of the automobile, while honoring some of the United States’ bravest men and women. Three days of events are planned for the Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance […]

Buyer Beware

At Road Scholars we take pride in having the world’s finest vintage cars available.  We personally inspect every car, every time, and we have the most exhaustive research process in the industry.  When working with a reputable dealer, you should expect no less. The world of fake classic cars is growing, and forgers are becoming […]

Road Scholars Sponsors Pinehurst Concours

Contact: Dave Droschak, Droschak Communications, 919-630-6656 More Than A Dozen Sponsors Partnering with Pinehurst Concours VILLAGE OF PINEHURST, N.C. (April 10, 2013) – Officials with the 2013 Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance vintage automobile showcase have announced partnerships with more than a dozen sponsors for the inaugural event the first week of May on the fairways of […]

Road Scholars to show at Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance this weekend

This weekend, March 7-9, Road Scholars will be showing this 1959 Porsche 356A Speedster at the 2014 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance on behalf of the Ingram Collection. 1959 Porsche 356A Carrera Speedster GS/GT VIN 84953 The Porsche 356 Speedster, lighter than the Coupe and Cabriolet, was the ideal car for the four-cam Carrera engine. From […]