I'm wondering whether someone like Dentmaster/Dentwizard would be able to do anything with it do you think?
OUCH! That's quite a noticeable one
I've heard the GTV's rear quarter is double-skinned or it's too hard to gain access to the outer skin, so a dentmaster guy won't be able to help. I hope I'm wrong on that one, hopefully someone can clarify.
Tempted to just leave it as it seems however much you look after a car, someone, somewhere will always dent it somehow
True. GTVs are very susceptible to door dings, a real pet hate of mine. There's a nice Jag XK8 or XKR near me and that too is covered with dings. The similarity with that and the GTV is the 'bulbous' sides of both cars, it seems a car with fully curved sides will dent easier than flatter sides perhaps??
im extremely carefull where i park especially after i had mine resprayed! eg park at the furthest away space in a supermarket, try to park on streets rather than carparks when possible and if i do have to park in a carpark try and park next to nicer cars if possible not a banger or an old transit van!
After your tasty paint job I'm not surprised you choose your parking spots very carefully! I just don't know how people in desirable £50k+ cars just park them wherever in a car park and manage not to worry about door dents!
I nearly got a parking ticket the other day for parking accross two bays in a car park! Trying to avoid people doing the same! I got to him before he put my details on the ticket. He was simpathetic to my plight. But I know damn well if I hadn't got there he would have done me.
I recently got a note on my car saying next time I'd get a ticket for not parking correctly in a bay. 'Defensive' parking and a possible ticket versus normal parking and possible dents? Not really sure which option is best