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The £17.5k 911. With a warranty…

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So, too good to be true? Yes and no.

For the most part, it feels like a ten-year-old car. The leather’s been scuffed thin in places, the displays are resolutely lo-fi and large screens with iThing connectivity and a navigatress are predictably absent.

That’s largely because the interior of your donor car doesn’t get touched. Nor does the body, suspension, brakes, steering or chassis (unless you ask them to, which would warrant a frank discussion with your bank manager).

But this is not a car for those concerned with equipment. And its builders, Autofarm, know it. Instead - for the bargain-bin price at least - they concentrate on the loud metal bit in the boot.


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