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Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 5:58 pm 
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Any way the other day my old man went into safeway at about 10:30pm (right when the d**k heads in Sunbury come out) anyway when he came out 15 mins later some one had scratched his front to back. the car was used but looked brand new so the scratch stick out like dogs balls. does anyone know of any products that will try fix or try hide the problem? he try some chick stick thing her got from autobarn but it didnt really fix the prob.
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Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 6:04 pm 
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try some cut an polish, I managed to remove scuff marks on my car with it.

Howver some degenerate prick keyed my back bumper and its so deep i'll have to get it resprayed. I will literally murder the individual if I ever found out.

 

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Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 6:08 pm 
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try some cut an polish, I managed to remove scuff marks on my car with it.

Howver some degenerate prick keyed my back bumper and its so deep i'll have to get it resprayed. I will literally murder the individual if I ever found out.

if anyone every f**k my my ford that is just what i'll do to them :twisted: and i think the scratch is very deep so that may be what needs to be done
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Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 6:20 pm 
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smiley235 wrote:
try some cut an polish, I managed to remove scuff marks on my car with it.

Howver some degenerate prick keyed my back bumper and its so deep i'll have to get it resprayed. I will literally murder the individual if I ever found out.

if anyone every f**k my my ford that is just what i'll do to them :twisted: and i think the scratch is very deep so that may be what needs to be done


If it is deep enough to see metal or the primer, I hate to say this, but you would have to get the whole side respray painted for it to completely go away. If the paint job is an easy to blend colour, then you could always ask a panel beater to see if they can patch it up some how.

My car has been keyed on both sides...can't be bothered getting the exterior fixed when someone else is going to go doing s**t.

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Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 6:23 pm 
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sunbury23 wrote:
smiley235 wrote:
try some cut an polish, I managed to remove scuff marks on my car with it.

Howver some degenerate prick keyed my back bumper and its so deep i'll have to get it resprayed. I will literally murder the individual if I ever found out.

if anyone every f**k my my ford that is just what i'll do to them :twisted: and i think the scratch is very deep so that may be what needs to be done


If it is deep enough to see metal or the primer, I hate to say this, but you would have to get the whole side respray painted for it to completely go away. If the paint job is an easy to blend colour, then you could always ask a panel beater to see if they can patch it up some how.

My car has been keyed on both sides...can't be bothered getting the exterior fixed when someone else is going to go doing s**t.

phong =P~


yeah it is, and the car is black to it really stick out
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Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 7:49 pm 
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That sucks. I had some d**k do the same to me just before christmas. I've now got a big keymark down the entire passenger side. Thankfully, with mine being silver, it doesn't stand out as much, but my paint was just about mint. I'd just polished it too :(

 

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Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 7:54 pm 
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i had to repray the car when mine got keyed and egged :S

 

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Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 9:12 pm 
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Sorry to hear about that man!

Need to hook up a giant capacitor to the panels and when they go to dig in with the key ZAP! accross the carpark :shock: :lol:

 

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Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 11:41 pm 
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Sorry to hear about that man!

Need to hook up a giant capacitor to the panels and when they go to dig in with the key ZAP! accross the carpark :shock: :lol:

lol! i like the way this guy thinks :D
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Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2008 1:05 pm 
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sad how the world is going! Can't even park ya car these days with some f**k doing something like that!
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Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2008 1:39 pm 
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If you're not too sure if the scratch will be able to be fixed without spraying it. Speak to David at Dents Plus. He sanded back and cleaned up my paintwork, when a bird had been pecking at it and scratching the s**t out of it for a few days. Did a great job, and he's always happy to quote anything, and will tell you whether it can or can't be done.
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Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2008 2:15 pm 
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I know having to pay excesses suck but is insurance an option?

 

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Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2008 3:55 pm 
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I know having to pay excesses suck but is insurance an option?

May be, but it prob dont have "f**k Idots" Cover.
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Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 2:15 pm 
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my car got keyed (more like scratched with a real sharp something!) last week where i park at work, they went around the whole car including boot and bonnet, i was more than p****d, really deep down to bare metal all around, i dont know why, the car park is prone to getting cars damaged there, it def. needs a full respray, lucky i have insurance. it is real sad, we work hard for our money and to drive half decent cars and you get little teenage pricks bored who are on the dole doing nothing all day. my car had good paint before hand too so there really isnt any positives coming out of this (except for maybe removing my rear spoiler during the paint process)

all the popular insurance companies have malicious damage cover, you need a police report though.

anyway good luck with it hope scratches arent too deep.

 

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Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 7:02 pm 
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my car got keyed (more like scratched with a real sharp something!) last week where i park at work, they went around the whole car including boot and bonnet, i was more than p****d, really deep down to bare metal all around, i dont know why, the car park is prone to getting cars damaged there, it def. needs a full respray, lucky i have insurance. it is real sad, we work hard for our money and to drive half decent cars and you get little teenage pricks bored who are on the dole doing nothing all day. my car had good paint before hand too so there really isnt any positives coming out of this (except for maybe removing my rear spoiler during the paint process)

all the popular insurance companies have malicious damage cover, you need a police report though.

anyway good luck with it hope scratches arent too deep.


They are deep, so it is a respray job i'd say. but ya got to love it how people have no respect for other peoples cars. what a world we live in :?
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