Deep scratch on a customers car. Need help ASAP

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  1. AndyB

    AndyB I love you baby Kaitlyn and Dad

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    I am currently doing a side project in my garage of installing a 6-speed into an ImpalaSS. Unfortantely my dumbass dad lost his balanced and hit the car with a screwdriver as he tripped :wtc:

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    Since the car is in my care, I am reponsible to get it fixed. The top two scratched are to bare metal and have left slight dings in the fendor. The bottom long scratch penetrated to the primer. I know I can get the dings popped out by a door ding guy but can an auto detailer repair the scratched to the point where you can't see what happened? Or I am fucked and have to get the fender repainted :sad2:
     
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    NoXeN You can find me up on one

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    fender needs painted..... no way around that one.
     
  5. AndyB

    AndyB I love you baby Kaitlyn and Dad

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    :wtc: Thanks guys
     
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    About $400-500 of paint work is needed.
     

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