2014 Bentley Flying Spur

Full-Body Matte Paint Protection Film and Ceramic Coating
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Paint Protection Film and Ceramic Coating
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Paint Protection Film and Ceramic Coating

2014 Bentley Flying Spur

Full-Body Matte Paint Protection Film and Ceramic Coating
I want this look and protection for my vehicle
Ceramic Coating Bentley Plano Texas 75074
Ceramic Coating Bentley Fort Worth Texas 76102

We recently had the privilege of working on this 2014 Bentley Flying-Spur, focusing on enhancing its appearance and protecting it against the daily wear of commutes on Dallas-Fort Worth highways. The owner opted for a matte paint protection film for its robust protection and sleek, modern look.

Prior to installation, we conducted a thorough inspection of this Flying-Spur's paint. This essential step helps us identify any repainted panels, allowing us to implement appropriate techniques during film installation if needed. Our examination confirmed the Bentley's paint was indeed factory-original.

Hint: A clean title or "no accidents reported" classification in a vehicle history report such as CARFAX does not guarantee that the vehicle hasn't undergone a cosmetic or structural repair like a repaint job. Accidents and repairs are only reported to vehicle history services if they are filed with insurance companies, police departments, or other reporting agencies, so a clean history report does not guarantee a factory-original paint.

We installed paint protection film on the entire body, employing techniques that ensure a seamless, factory-like matte finish. We then applied CARPRO CQUARTZ Skin ceramic coating over the film, enhancing its dirt repellence, slickness, and UV resistance. Each step of the film process is detailed below, showcasing the care and expertise we bring to every project:

Hood
Fenders
Front Bumper
Doors
Quarter Panels
Roof
Trunk
Rear Bumper
Others
  • For a lasting installation, we trim the film at the corners instead of forcing it to stick, ensuring it adheres securely and permanently.

    Hood

  • We carefully trim the PPF at the corners to minimize dirt accumulation.

    Hood

  • We tuck the PPF's edges under the hood for a seamless installation and maximum coverage.

    Hood

  • We conceal the edges of the PPF under the hood to achieve maximum protection without invisible seams.

    Hood

  • On a white car, it's especially important to tuck in the paint protection film on areas like this.

    Fenders

  • This sharp corner is among the few areas where the edge of the paint protection film is noticeable.

    Fenders

  • This fender's design allowed us to conceal the edge of the film within this specific section.

    Fenders

  • In our installations, we meticulously tuck the edges as much as possible, which is why the film looks like it is never there.

    Fenders

  • We removed the fender vents for a virtually invisible installation.

    Fenders

  • The grille is the only part on this vehicle for which we used a pre-cut kit.

    Front Bumper

  • When a pre-cut kit is used, it eliminates the need for part removal.

    Front Bumper

  • Front Bumper

  • Front Bumper

  • Front Bumper

  • We installed the PPF on the doors without removing the door handles and side-view mirrors.

    Doors

  • Wrapping door edges with paint protection film is key for both an invisible look and impact protection.

    Doors

  • This picture shows the tucking of the paint protection film into the door, aligning precisely with the body line.

    Doors

  • We tuck the paint protection film around all four edges of each door, ensuring complete coverage and protection.

    Doors

  • We installed the paint protection film on the doors without removing the door panels and side-view mirrors.

    Doors

  • We also did not remove the door handles.

    Doors

  • We did not remove the window trims on this Flying-Spur but tucked the edges to conceal the PPF.

    Doors

  • Here, the paint protection film is carefully tucked into the door jamb, ensuring a seamless installation.

    Quarter Panels

  • This is another picture showing the paint protection film tucked into the door jamb.

    Quarter Panels

  • In our installations, we meticulously tuck the edges as much as possible, which is why the film looks like it is never there.

    Quarter Panels

  • We meticulously trim the film to ensure it flawlessly hugs every contour.

    Quarter Panels

  • This picture shows the tucking of the paint protection film into the door jamb, aligning precisely with the body line.

    Quarter Panels

  • We carefully craft a subtle radius at each corner, ensuring the film hugs the contours.

    Quarter Panels

  • On a white car, it's especially important to tuck in the paint protection film on areas where there is a lot of dirt. This is important because any dirt on the film's edges is easier to see on white paint.

    Quarter Panels

  • To check if a panel received our expert installation, just look closely at the sharp corners, like this one.

    Quarter Panels

  • We wrapped the roof of this Bentley Flying-Spur. with black paint protection film and tucked the edges.

    Roof

  • Tucking the PPF underneath the windshield gasket not only protects the edges but also ensures a seamless installation.

    Roof

  • Concealing the edges of the PPF requires the removal of the Bentley emblem.

    Trunk

  • We prefer trimming the paint protection film on sharp corners, instead of forcing it to wrap.

    Trunk

  • The tinted light protection film significantly enhanced the appearance of this Bentley, giving it a sleek and modern look.

    Trunk

  • By tucking edges, we eliminate crevices where grime gets stuck.

    Trunk

  • We wrapped the rear lights of this Bentley with light protection film, a variant of paint protection films.

    Trunk

  • Rear Bumper

  • Rear Bumper

  • The tight gap between the rear bumper and the quarter panel doesn't allow us to tuck the film into the gap.

    Rear Bumper

  • Side View Mirrors

  • Side View Mirrors

If you are interested in purchasing this Bentley Flying-Spur, which is equipped with a full-body paint protection film wrap, you can sign up for notifications through the link below. This will allow you to receive updates about when this vehicle becomes available, including details on pricing.

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  1. Here are 6 reasons why signing up for notifications regarding the availability of this Bentley Flying-Spur makes perfect sense:
    Factory-original paint

    Before PPF installation, we meticulously examined the paint of this Flying-Spur and confirmed that it is factory-original, with none of the body panels having been repainted. If you’re in the market for a Flying-Spur with OEM paint, this might be the right one for you.

    Built-in paint protection

    This Flying-Spur is equipped with a full-body paint protection film, setting it apart as a more valuable option in the market. A very high percentage of this Bentley’s body is within the high-impact zone, making paint protection film a valuable addition to this vehicle.

    Impeccably maintained

    Commitment to keeping a car’s aesthetics in excellent condition usually translates into adherence to timely services, including oil changes. Investing in full-body PPF indicates a desire to protect that investment, suggesting that this Flying-Spur with such protection is likely better maintained and in superior condition than others.

    More accurate paint history

    Before PPF installation, we meticulously examined this Bentley’s paintwork to ensure it is free from any repairable imperfections or contaminants. This process not only allows us to verify the paint’s authenticity at present but also enables us to identify any instances of repainting or rewrapping that may occur in the future.

    Matte finish

    The matte paint protection film lends this Bentley a distinctive, contemporary look. Here’s a pro tip: If you’re considering a matte finish for your next car, it’s better to start with a glossy finish.You can change the gloss finish to matte with clear PPF, not vice versa.

    Option to revert to gloss

    While this Bentley is equipped with a matte paint protection film, it is a removable installation. If you or the next owner do not particularly prefer a matte finish, you can switch back to a gloss by getting the matte paint protection film removed.

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Vehicle Details

Year
2014
Make
Bentley
Model
Flying-Spur

Sales Status

Status
Not available yet
Availability Date
Now known yet

Activity Log

  1. 09/01/2024
    1060 miles
    1. Paint protection film installation

    2. Ceramic coating installation

Notes and Comments

  1. 09/01/2024
    Gunes I.
    1. The previous owner, who was in California, kept this Bentley in a garage for nine years and only drove it a thousand miles. That's why it has low mileage even though it's a 2014 model. After buying it, the new owner shipped it to Dallas in an enclosed trailer. When it got to our shop, the car was in immaculate condition.

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