Charitably speaking, the results were less than optimal. The glitterlike effect on the roof is actually solvent pop. Imagine if you could flash-freeze a glass of Coke, suspending the bubbles of fizz in place as they rise from the bottom of the glass. The effect is similar here; the paint cured as the solvents used to thin the paint were still evaporating out. Usually this is an indicator of an improper mix ratio or using too fast an activator. The Valspar paint on the driprail moldings (the L-shaped pieces between the roof/back window and the quarter-panel) came out better, which was interesting because I sprayed them at the same time and with the same gun settings as the roof. To be fair, the roof paint was nearly a year old, and I had to thin it out more than the recommended amount just to get it to flow through the gun, but the Valspar paint was not quite as old. Paint and its additives definitely have shelf lives.