Does anyone have any idea as to why the paint on my truck is peeling, cracking, bubbling, and getting wrinkled like this?
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. The pictures are as of today.
The truck was properly painted. it was wet-sanded down, bondo is small areas, cleaned and leveled, painted, primered, and baked. The car spent over a week in prep mode to ensure the bondo was dry, smooth, and leveled. The paint cracks in areas where bondo was used, and the rest of the car peels, bubbles, and wrinkles.
The wrinkles are found mainly on the hood and fenders; the bubbles appear mainly around the rear quarter panels in the truck's accent line or whatever it's called.
The truck is parked outside nearly all of the time and the temperature here is somewhat tropical (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia) Summer (November - April) temps are in the high 70's (20C) to low 90's (32C) but the sun rays are very strong due to the elevation (~7,700ft/2,300m) (cool mountain air and steady calm winds keep the temps down) and the rain season sees lots of rain with temps in the low to high 60's (15C)