Autofarm 911 video

We drive a fantastic Porsche which looks like an iconic 1970s 911 S but goes rather better...

Autofarm 911

Autofarm is a company based in Oxfordshire and they have been fettling 911s for almost as long as Porsche has been building them. This car might look like a 1970s 911 S and the badge on the engine might even say 2.4, but underneath are the chassis of a 3.2 and the engine from a 964.

It costs about the same as a new Carrera but each car is a bespoke build and well worth it. Read more in issue 156 of evo.

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