The combination of Florida sun and the salty air must have some kinda impact on older vehicles. However, when I go on vacation down to Florida, all of the cars look so beautiful. It seems to me that the sun and salty air is much better then what we deal with here: the cold, salted and sandy roads (from November to March anyway).
I tend to think its GM paint.....don't want to knock GM to much, they build Bonnevilles and my uncle works for them...
The clear coat had started to bubble up over the last few months, but I decided to take the car into a coin-op wash....ya, big mistake, the air was about -15 degrees celsius. Next thing I know a whole chuck of clear coat came off.....wasn't happy at all
Off to Canadian Tire to find a temporary solution until next springs paint job.