My daughter dinged up her 02ES in an ice storm in early March, and I decided to try to replace the right front fender myself. I've never done any body work of that nature, but it has been a good learning experience. Picked up a fender at a junk yard for $85, primed it, painted it using a spray system that included both the paint and the clear coat in the same can, and then tried to paint clear coat over that. Parts of it came out great, but there is also a large part in the middle of the fender over the tire well that is positively scaly - looks like the back of an alligator. I did all of the required sanding and polishing between coats of paint, and then applied two coats of the clear coat about 30 minutes apart. Any body have any idea what might have happened?