Dismantling Update 

Bentley Continental Flying Spur 2016

Just 6 years old, this current model Continental Flying Spur has, unfortunately, fallen victim to an engine fire. The severity of the blaze was sufficient to write-off the car as repair would have been financially prohibitive, and the structure of the front of the car is severely damaged. This is the first car of this shape to come our way, and also the first V8 model, although that is academic as little if anything can be salvaged from the engine bay. The car remains relatively undamaged from the dashboard, back, and will provide useful parts to add to our stock. It will also give our recycling team an insight into the construction of more recent cars.



Various items from this car have saved another Flying Spur from being written off. Two doors, sill, and rear quarter panel skins have now been removed. As you will see in our short video, we literally had to cut the passenger side section away so we could untack the skins from the main structural support of the car. Other mechanical and electrical items have been removed, tested, and recycled for future customers.


All our recycled parts come with a 12-month warranty.