Longlife Re-open Oxford DepotBy Longlife, PRNE
Sunday, November 20, 2011
OXFORD, England, November 21, 2011 -
Stainless steel exhaust specialists, Longlife, are proud to announce that they have re-opened their Oxford depot and, as of 7th November 2011, began trading there once again.
New owners of the depot, Nick Holland and Rob Trafford, are extremely excited about the re-opening of the branch, and have stated a distinct desire to begin offering motorcycle exhausts, as well as the wide range of car exhausts, to prospective customers. Nick has commented: “One of our main aims here is to be able to offer bespoke 4-stroke motorcycle exhausts and manifolds. It would be great for any 4-stroke motorcycle owner to be able to walk in and get a custom exhaust system made to how they want it to look and sound!”
Longlife are among the most knowledgeable engine builders and exhaust fabricators in the industry, and Nick compliments the Longlife team with his extensive expertise and experience in motorsport, including, most recently, building his own supercharged Drag Bike. He has also worked in Indy Car as a race engine builder and telemetry analyst, and, even more impressively, for the Renault F1 Team in Enstone as one of the principal V8 engine developers in 2006 when Renault won the World Championship with Fernando Alonso.
Nick and Rob have also assembled a team of experts in order to deliver the best service, and highest quality products, for all future customers.
Longlife have over 30 years experience in the exhaust industry, and are a leading stainless steel exhaust manufacturer in not only the UK, but Europe too. The re-opening of the Oxford depot marks yet more fantastic progress for Longlife, as they continue to focus on providing unprecedented performance and service.
In order to request a quote from Longlife, visit their website now at www.longlife.co.uk, or alternatively give them a call and they will be able to deal with your request over the phone.
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