How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

Last week, we showed you the under-construction armored Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed. It's finished, which means it has to go home to, we assume, Southeast Asia. How do you load that much awesome on to a giant cargo jet?

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

How To Load An Armored Bentley On A Jet

As you can see from the photos, it's a careful dance involving two forklifts, a lift, various staff, and precision timing. This one-of-a-kind Bentley has a high-level of armor capable of protecting the vehicle from sniper fire, landmines, and whatever else baddies can throw at it. On top of all the equipment it's still a custom Flying Spur Speed designed to the specifications of an unnamed head-of-state, which means you don't want to drop it. And because it's an armored car, you want to start off any transportation by assuring the smoke screen works. [Source: TAC]