Cash Out or Cash Up—Hagerty’s Data-Driven Guide to Today’s Collector Car Market - Hagerty Media

4 March 2022 at 10:00am ET

The January auctions saw intense demand for classic cars. What’s going on? Are we in an era of irrational exuberance? Or are we witnessing a more nuanced response to economic conditions? Join us for an exclusive Hagerty Drivers Club seminar featuring a lively conversation with seasoned car experts and Hagerty’s top data analyst to learn how to navigate today’s heated market.


Larry Webster, SVP of Hagerty Media

Long-time automotive journalist, racer, and enthusiast, Larry Webster is Hagerty’s Senior Vice President of Media. After earning an engineering degree from Lehigh University, he started his journalism career at Car and Driver. By 1995 he was the magazine’s Technical Editor, a role he held until 2004, when he became the publication’s Technical Director. Along the way, he hosted Car and Driver Television from 2002 through 2005. In 2008 he became Automotive Editor of Popular Mechanics. In June 2012 he left to become Editor-in-Chief of Road & Track, a role he held until he joined Hagerty in 2016.


John Wiley, Hagerty Senior Analyst, Manager of Valuation Analytics

John Wiley joined Hagerty in 2017 and is one of our go-to sources for data about both the car market and the broader economy. Prior to Hagerty, John was with Zillow, where he was a data scientist and has a master’s in applied mathematics from the University of Chicago. He now leads Hagerty’s market analysis and develops the insights that power Hagerty’s Bull Market list and much of the data published throughout Hagerty Media. He is a long-time car fanatic, and his non-car passions include running and photography.


Alexander Weaver, Partner and Senior Car Specialist, Broad Arrow Group

Alexander Weaver joined Broad Arrow Group as a Partner and Senior Car Specialist after over a decade at RM Sotheby’s. With expertise in post-war sports and GT cars, alongside modern supercars and hypercars, he has personally handled the sales of some of the world’s most valuable motor cars both privately and at auction. A lifelong automotive enthusiast, he spent many years learning the business of collector cars from his father. As a resident of Los Angeles, Alexander maintains an active presence within the Southern California car community and thriving sports car culture. He is a member of both the Shelby American Automobile Club as well as the Checkered Flag 200, which supports the Petersen Automotive Museum.


Cam Ingram, Owner, Road Scholars

Cam Ingram’s background includes a Bachelor of Fine Arts in metal sculpture as well as a Bachelor of Business Administration, both earned in 2000 from Guilford College. Cam is the co-author of the book, “Porsche Unexpected: Discoveries in Collecting” and a contributing author of, “Porsche by Design: Seducing Speed.” His company, Road Scholars, is 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. Road Scholars’ restorations have earned over 78 Concours victories and four class wins at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.


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