Sculpture was Cam Ingram’s passion until 1998, when he saw his first Porsche 356 coupe rolling down the road. Shifting career gears, he eventually became owner of Road Scholars, an award-winning business specializing in restoring significant automobiles, managing Porsche collections for private clients, and selling some of the rarest automobiles in the world.
In this interview, Cam explains:
- Why a Porsche restoration can cost as much as $500,000
- The significance of restoring the 45th Porsche ever made
- Why he doesn’t buy or sell cars at auction
- Advice for someone looking to buy their first Porsche
To learn more about Cam, and how falling in love with Porsches at first sight changed his life forever, click here to read our entire interview.