Mangia bene, vivi
AO Silver Member
Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: United Kingdom
Jon's advice is good above.
Depending on the scratch and how deep it is there is two routes to go down.
If you can still see the paint where the scratch is, then there is nothing to worry about as you can buff out the scratch with some very fine G3 products that will get rid of the scratch as the mark has only affected the laquer.
If you can see the body work i.e silver. then you need to get a can of primer and a can of the right colour paint and a very very thin modeling paint brush, build up the layers with primer and then build up the layers with paint allowing at least 15 mins per layer. Leave for 24 hours and carefully rub with a fine 2000 grit paper soaked in water for 15 mins and rub the affected area.
Then very carefully spray on some laquer and allow to dry or use a hairdryer to speed up the process. Leave for 48 hours and rub with some polish and you'll never notice that there was a scratch there.
Drive it like you stole it...