i got this a few months ago, put a new clutch, slave cylinder, starter, clutch lines and a few other odds and inns and now it runs like a dream (well.. not quite) but anyways, youll notice in the picture that the car has sat outside for many many years (the interior is very nice though due to tinted windows) and the clearcoat is nearly boiled off the car.
pretty much over the entire body there are little clearcoat bubbles.. about the size of a pin needle (worse on the hood and roof and trunk. the worst spot is in the picture shown) and my concern is that those will show through to the new paint. i have decided to not sand down to bare metal, or even primer in most places, but my question is, is what can i do to keep those from showing up? go over it with some bondo? lay down thick paint? or what? the very bad areas (hood, as seen in the pic below) i am going to sand down to the old primer just to get all the crap off of it.
i will be using a sealer before paint, will that keep those little bubbles from getting worse over time?
thanks for reading