Auto Trim Design & Sign 578-1790. Be sure the film finish is what you want. Once they used something kind of dry looking, but it detailed out o.k. At times they have used film from Sweet Daddy D that was supplied to them. It always laid out well and smoothly.
Very recently had film replaced on the Evora at The Specialists location near the Tucson Automall 4351 N Fairview Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705
Very good appearance and they added a strip down the back edge of each door where it can get chipped.
Followup regarding PPF / starshield installers in Tucson area:
I visited both The Specialists (Wetmore Rd.) and Affordable Window Tinting (Grant Rd.) for quotes.
Both quotes cover the exact same area: front bumper, nose up to headlights, part of front fenders, mirrors, door sill (under doors), rocker panels (behind doors).
The Spec. uses Suntek PPF. The sales guys took a while to figure out what I wanted AFTER I specified paint protective film. I was unimpressed, although after ~15 minutes, they finally got me talking to Dave Weirsma. After that we had an understanding and sales eventually got back to me with a quote.
I decided to go with Gabriel at Affordable Window Tinting (AWT), :clap: and here's why:
They're a lot smaller than The Spec., but they've built and kept their reputation as a quality installer. Family owned. They've been around for more than 11 years doing window tinting (and similar film) installations since before 1994 when I had them do the windows on one of my vehicles.
When talking with me during the quote process, Gabriel went the extra mile to make sure that we both understood exactly what would be done.
AWT uses Xpel Ultimate PPF.
When he did the work, he also put some extra PPF on the rear edges of the doors as a little extra "bump" protection. (That's called lagniappe for those of you from around New Orleans)
It was also nice that AWT cost less for the same service and effectively the same product.
I've had this for over 2 months so far and (of course) it looks great.
Note for autocrossers: you might want to make sure the PPF is well waxed as the cone marks are a b!tc# to get off of PPF. (Rub very firmly, OK hard, with wet cloth and car wash soap) Posts I found on various forums verify this as known side effect of PPF.
Thanks to all who posted recommendations.:up: