Demand sees further recruitment at Oxfordshire Porsche Specialist

Amy Plant joins Autofarm’s Projects Team to meet growing demand at Bicester business

BICESTER – Continuing growth at independent Porsche specialist Autofarm has led to the firm recruiting Amy Plant to work at the Bicester workshops.  Amy will work in the burgeoning Projects department that custom builds, restores and repairs all types of Porsche.

“The rise in values of Porsches, coupled with more customers wanting a bespoke Autofarm 911 means Projects is our fastest growing area of the business,” says Autofarm’s co-owner Mikey Wastie. “After taking over Autofarm earlier this year, we have been putting in a structure to support the growth we are enjoying. Amy will ensure we retain the intimate service that long term restoration customers or those who are entrusting us to repair their treasured cars rightly demand.  Amy will provide regular updates on progress and be somebody they can easily reach to discuss any aspect. She will also increasingly be responsible for scheduling the growing diversity of projects we have. This week that ranges from a new Porsche 991 GT3 through to a 1973 Targa.”

Autofarm is also recruiting to bolster its Workshop department with further recruitment to be announced in the coming weeks.

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About Autofarm

Based in Weston on the Green, Oxon, Autofarm is a leading independent Porsche specialist. Autofarm has over 40 years’ experience of maintaining, preparing, racing, restoring and selling Porsches of all ages.  The Oxfordshire based workshop offers servicing using accredited diagnostics equipment, sales, parts, race preparation, restoration and engine rebuild capability.  Its extensive road, race and rally engine experience led the company to develop Silsleeve, an innovative and cost effective method of repairing damaged modern Porsche cylinder blocks. Autofarm enjoys close links with Porsche and the leading Porsche owners’ clubs. In 2015, Mikey Wastie and Steve Wood became the new owners of Autofarm.




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