Has anyone ever had any luck reproducing the unusual wrinkle paint that I have frequently seen (and hence think is original) on the steering-column shroud of Daytonas? Here is a picture of what I am referring to: Image Unavailable, Please Login Note that the wrinkle is not uniform across the entire surface; there are lots of little 3-7mm patches where the finish is pretty smooth. I've reviews all the "wrinkle paint" threads I could find on FerrariChat, as well as various "how tos" on the web, but despite trying a variety of paint brands (VHT, PlastiKote, PJ1, and Pit Crew (Seymour)), coating thicknesses, and "heating profiles", in all manner of combinations, I always end-up with a wrinkle pattern that is a lot more uniform than the appearance above. Have also looked at some samples of "crocodile skin" power coating, but the "scales" are too big, and the areas between the scales lack the fine wrinkle pattern. Any tips/hints or pointers to parties known to be able to replicate, would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!