Porsche specialist Autofarm to move to new bespoke site

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PORSCHE servicing and restoration specialist Autofarm is to move to a new bespoke site next year.

The business has been based at Oddington Grange in Weston-on-the-Green near Bicester, Oxfordshire, for 26 years but will relocate to the Porsche-inspired business park Boxengasse, pictured, nearby.

It is intended to help Autofarm continue its 45-year heritage of Porsche restoration by increasing its workshop capacity for water-cooled and air-cooled cars.

The new site will have more facilities for the firm’s engine and gearbox department. In addition, Autofarm will create a dedicated alignment and track set-up facility.

The move was announced by Autofarm’s directors – Steve Wood and Mikey Wastie – who said they were confident that the events and hospitality provided by Boxengasse, as well as the new facilities, would mean an enhanced customer experience.

Further details, including the moving date, will be announced in the coming months.

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