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      Removing scratches from paint

      I have a few light scratches in the hood of my '64 GTO and I was wondering what product I could use to get them out? I really don't want to have the whole car repainted just for a few scratches. Anyone know of a good product that actually works without spending a ton of money?

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      I have always found that a clay bar works really well for removing stubborn scratches from paint. I went to a friend's house one time and their dog jumped on the side of my truck, leaving some deep scratches in the paint. I went home and used the bar on my door panel and you can't even tell that the paint was damaged. I would give this a try because it's an inexpensive way to fix this problem.

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