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    ridin_low07 LVC Member

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    I have an 04 DeVille that has a very odd paint issue. Everywhere except for the roof has spiderweb cracks. It almost looks like the paint is splitting. This is a factory paint job and I have never seen this issue before has anyone else?
     
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    That is odd, do you have any pictures?
     
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    thats usually from too much hardener in my experience, but in a factory paint job? do you know that is a factory paint job?
     
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    Looking over vehicle history it hadnt been wrecked so I dont see the need for a respray. It sat for quite awhile before I got it
     
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    Yeah I've never seen factory paint do that before, especially only being 11 years old. Maybe it was repainted because of fading, or someone just wanted a different color, being in an accident isn't the only time someone might want to reprint their car.
     
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    Weird to see some oem paint to have such defect. May be its in oem paint but resprayed with a new top coat.
     

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