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Posted 14 December 2012 - 14:21
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Posted 18 December 2012 - 20:21
Looks like a chemical reaction to the primer but you said it was an '87? Unless it's been re-sprayed recently I would guess the paint just hasn't aged too well going from hot to cold, cold to hot etc.
Posted 18 December 2012 - 20:40
Posted 19 December 2012 - 00:25
It's a 1987 Toyota LandCruiser. The truck was completely painted just over 2 years ago and these bubbles and wrinkles first appeared about two months after it was painted.
Posted 21 December 2012 - 03:20
rust causes aerobic reaction and causes paint to bubble up. aka a really bad paint job.
In all honesty, it looks like I painted it.
The wrinkles is badly cured "flex" ( i'm guessing what you call bondo), that plus rust = bubbles.
Even if a tiny little speck of rust is left, that will be enough to ruin a good paint job.
Ambient temperatures have nothing to much if it's a bad paint job.
Cracks = bad flex and/or too much dilution, causes the "flex" to harden more, hence the cracks.
Paint wrinkles = bad paint job, bad temperature when drying.
In short, a hack paint job you need another place.