The metal was not prep'd properly. One or more of the cleaning chemicals
were not properly washed off before the undercoat was applied - or - the
top coat and the primer are not compatible (very unlikely unless you had
two different shops involved).
I don't blame you for being sick, it will all have to come off and start again.
Best of luck,
At 01:41 PM 28/12/2005 -0800, David Riker wrote:
>I am sick to the point of throwing up. This isn't Spridget related, as my MG
>is done as I care to make it. I have been working on my 1970 Ford Torino GT.
>I'm not up for the "because it's a Ford" jokes right now, what I need are
>answers so I can get some sleep and solve the problem. This has been as close
>to a check book restoration as a working guy can do, and that is why this is
>all the more disturbing. Long story short, had the vehicle trim removed to a
>rolling shell, soda blasted to bare metal, a reputable shop spent the last 5
>months getting the body lazer straight. Their time and materials were over
>$8500, not counting rechrome, reassembly, small parts, etc.
>The car looks absolutely stunning, except that after just one month, the
>paint has begun blistering over the entire car.....right now they look like
>pin head sized, but it looks worse and is visible on more and more of the car
>each time I look.
>What went wrong???
>I've already showed it to the body shop. He says he will make it right, but a
>friend and I did disassembly & reassembly, so am I going to have to do that