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      10-12-2012, 11:44 PM   #23
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      10-13-2012, 02:11 AM   #24
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people are just asses. Sorry OP.
I am thinking maybe a good body shop can fill it in, sand it, and polish it ???? (maybe)
Thanks.

Lot of haters here for sure. Many times I found nails, screws, shit setup by my tires at gym, clubs, mall, shopping centers.

Shop said is too deep, sand and polish will not work. They gonna paint it.

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A wet sand progression + polish could make it less noticeable, otherwise a respray is the only option to make it 100%.
I did wet sand 2000 and polish it was less noticeable but you still can see it clearly. Shop will respray it and is not gonna be cheap .

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boo this just happened to me a couple months ago... ate the deductible and had it resprayed.. I feel for you man..
Sorry it happened to you too.

I was really mad at first, because they won't show me the tape and cops didn't really give a shit about it. But I thought about, at least my car didn't got rocked, stolen or on fire. I feel much better.

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Sucks man..this is why we can't have nice things. Does that pick show the slashed tire? I'm not even sure what a slashed tire is.
I didn't took a picture of my tire. Google "slashed tire" click images and you will see some pictures what slashed tire is.

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Man, that is some bs.....a lot of haters out there.


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F**k! Sorry to hear this.
I know, f**k.
Thank you.

I know it sucks , but I told myself be happy because worst thing could of happen to it.

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Sorry to hear about this. Unbelievable some people out there
Thanks.

I know there are lots people out there that do this kind of shit, just never thought it would of happen to me.

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Sorry to hear this man. Unfortunately, color sand and buff will not do. You will need to re-paint the panel
Thanks.
You are 100% right.

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+1. hope it goes smoothly from here for you.
Thank you, lets hope so.

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Sucks hate to see this. Hope you can get it handled.

Were you driving aggressive or cut someone of on the way to the bank? I would think someone needs a motive to do this.
I just hope the shop that is going to paint my car will do a great job.

I was driving normal, followed the speed limit 25MPH in a school zone. Didn't cut no one off, when I pull in the shopping center I was driving very slow looking for a safe parking stall. Motive I see here is, they saw a young asain guy driving a bmw. I mean just look at Hawaii craigslist "rants and raves" section you will see there are so many racism.

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http://honolulu.craigslist.org/oah/rnr/3328332505.html
http://honolulu.craigslist.org/oah/rnr/3328306576.html
http://honolulu.craigslist.org/oah/rnr/3326246453.html
http://honolulu.craigslist.org/oah/rnr/3325473844.html
http://honolulu.craigslist.org/oah/rnr/3321683466.html

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Adding to this question... were you parked in a spot? Or double parked in some fashion like rules don't apply to you?


If you carry a big stick, sometimes you have to walk softly.
I always parked in the center, I never double park anywhere.


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I hate seeing this crap - sorry OP
Thanks. Next time I'll make sure I park some where close to the camera.

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      10-26-2012, 06:12 PM   #25
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Man sorry to hear that bro. I also live in Honolulu and i will agree, too many haters.

Perhaps you should try Dr Color Chip first, ~$50 why not, and another quick pass of the buffer. I've seen great results (though not 100%) with it. It's certainly best to try the least invasive procedure first before resorting to repaint.
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      10-26-2012, 06:16 PM   #26
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Man sorry to hear that bro. I also live in Honolulu and i will agree, too many haters.

Perhaps you should try Dr Color Chip first, ~$50 why not, and another quick pass of the buffer. I've seen great results (though not 100%) with it. It's certainly best to try the least invasive procedure first before resorting to repaint.
Did you really say Dr Color Chip?...

On a small stone chip ok..but on a 2ft long gouge ..Come on now
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      10-26-2012, 06:22 PM   #27
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Paid $800 for repaint, 100% match.
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Paid $800 for repaint, 100% match.
Do it once..do it right
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      10-26-2012, 09:56 PM   #29
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This saddens me. Good look with the repairs, I would freak the f*ck out if I caught the person in the act.
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Did you really say Dr Color Chip?...

On a small stone chip ok..but on a 2ft long gouge ..Come on now
Why not? I'd rather take the least evasive approach first. Dr Color Chip worked great for me on damage than was larger than a stone chip.
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Yeah, lotsa haters out there. Probably the same kind of peep that thinks Obama isn't American. Politicians playing up to their "base" and riling up the mobs so they can get their votes is not cool. I tend to park my car away from everyone else just in case.
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You can do it with the paint pen/brush but will be visible!
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      11-08-2012, 05:00 AM   #33
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Not good, sorry to hear that bro
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ive fixed those before. I detail and have had ppl bring me their car like this.

So what i am telling you here is not professional job, nor do i do this for living. So if your a DIY and wana save a few bucks....



get a 2000,2500,3000 paper. touch up paint, toothpicks, fold the 3k paper in half. Using the edge of it open up the scratch a tiny bit. Your going to need to fill up the entire key with paint, using the tooth pick. Use the pick to make sure its even, and it gets all the way down and filled up.

your going to have to do this like your painting a car. fill it, let it dry for 3-4hrs. go back and try to fill in more. Sooner or later it will be filled in and the extra will cause a slight bump/ridge/etc.


than let the car sit over night. come back with the 2k paper, sand down so it is flat. 2500k paper, than 3k paper....

you should be able to polish out the rest with a porter cable or flex, etc

if you look on you tube you should be able to find a vid of this. which should really help.

I also know i didnt do the best job explaining things here as well.
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This saddens me. Good look with the repairs, I would freak the f*ck out if I caught the person in the act.
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Why not? I'd rather take the least evasive approach first. Dr Color Chip worked great for me on damage than was larger than a stone chip.
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Yeah, lotsa haters out there. Probably the same kind of peep that thinks Obama isn't American. Politicians playing up to their "base" and riling up the mobs so they can get their votes is not cool. I tend to park my car away from everyone else just in case.
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You can do it with the paint pen/brush but will be visible!
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Not good, sorry to hear that bro

Thank you guys, if you guys read my post #27. I paid a shop $800 to get it paint it, 100% paint matched.

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ive fixed those before. I detail and have had ppl bring me their car like this.

So what i am telling you here is not professional job, nor do i do this for living. So if your a DIY and wana save a few bucks....



get a 2000,2500,3000 paper. touch up paint, toothpicks, fold the 3k paper in half. Using the edge of it open up the scratch a tiny bit. Your going to need to fill up the entire key with paint, using the tooth pick. Use the pick to make sure its even, and it gets all the way down and filled up.

your going to have to do this like your painting a car. fill it, let it dry for 3-4hrs. go back and try to fill in more. Sooner or later it will be filled in and the extra will cause a slight bump/ridge/etc.


than let the car sit over night. come back with the 2k paper, sand down so it is flat. 2500k paper, than 3k paper....

you should be able to polish out the rest with a porter cable or flex, etc

if you look on you tube you should be able to find a vid of this. which should really help.

I also know i didnt do the best job explaining things here as well.

I watched the youtude video it help, I try all the steps, it helped but this was too deep. Thank you for trying to help. I already paid a shop to paint it.
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      11-15-2012, 03:30 PM   #36
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defintely NOT MAHALO - sorry to hear it.
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Rule of thumb: Park as far away as possible from other people. The farther you are, the better. Plus, your car stands out more and looks really good since it's the only one in that area
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      12-21-2012, 04:10 PM   #38
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People amaze me with their hate. Glad you got that fixed! DIY can be quite frustrating, and would've been hard with that scratch (for me at least).
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Wow, it's like I'm noticing people talking about their cars getting keyed often lately. It's extremely lame how no one can help and now you have to pay for damages. :c
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thank god, we canadians are very nice
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Karma will get that scumbag. Sorry about your car.
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That sucks. Sorry to see this. And a slashed tire. Who did umpiss off ? Ex gf
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