The front fenders were sanded down with 800 grit to remove the fist attempt at clear coat and to get rid of all the dirt nibs and sweatshirt hairs. Here is the driver's side fender after it was all cleaned up and ready to be sprayed with another coat of white.
Here it is after a second coat of white and now ready for the clear coat.
Here is the gun all loaded up with 800ml of clear coat.
Here is as after the first coat of clear.
Here it is after the second and final coat. I know I'm going to be tempted to wet sand and buff that panel but we'll see what it looks like after it has a couple weeks to cure.
Overall, I would have to say I am very pleased with the finish.
Here is the passenger's side after it had been sprayed with two more coats of white.
Kind of a crappy angle but here it is after the first coat of clear.
Another angle after the first coat. Notice the fairly heavy orange peel in the lower right area. I fix that during the second coat.
Here it is after the second and final coat of clear. No more orange peel on that panel.
After the front fenders the only major parts left to paint were the hood and the tub. I would have to say the clear coat came out much nicer than what I was dealing with while trying to paint in the home garage.