: scratched my V

Texan V
05-26-06, 12:14 PM
Got my first self inflicted battle scar today. I was doing some work in the garage absentmindedly left a drill on top of a ladder near the V and when I moved the ladder the drill fell off, the bit catching the fender on the way down. Nice one, all the way into the metal. I feel like Tim Taylor, all my projects end up costing me skin or unintentional damage of some kind.

I'm hoping the Langka paint repair kit I just ordered can get this out. If not, it's off to the body shop. Any one with experience with the Langka kit have any pos/neg things to say about it?



05-26-06, 12:48 PM
Sorry to hear about the scratch! No experience but I'm really interested in hearing your results.

05-26-06, 12:54 PM
I feel for you as I have done the same in the past on a motorcycle I dearly loved. Anyway the Langka kit is good, but it is the "flop" of the metallic particles that might bite you on your touchup. Hopefully, it all goes well.

The Tony Show
05-26-06, 01:02 PM
Ouch. I nicked my front bumper on the corner of my toolbox just the other day. Took a nice 1/4 in. deep slice, like someone cut it with a knife.

I feel your pain.

05-26-06, 01:38 PM
The Langka stuff works really well on non-metallic paints. With metallic paints, when you level the paint blob, the color will not match.

Good luck,


05-26-06, 04:41 PM
Keep us posted. I have a Platinum '05 with a nick in the side. I am worried too about the metallic paint matching with the Langka kit. Good luck. I hope it works out.

05-26-06, 04:55 PM
I have a small plastic bottle of touch up paint from gm.Matches perfect,damn man,thats a bad scratch,i feel for you.If you can't find matching paint I can mail you this and you can send what you don't use back.