Join Date: May 2013
Location: Adelaide, Australia
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Great name, by the way.
Seriously bad luck. There are a lot sub-humans out there in the population.
I'm not sure I can help you with a quick fix for the scratches, but my advice after you have the window repaired would be to put window film on all your windows (apart from the windscreen of course).This would have prevented any shattered glass from getting inside the car, and adds a little extra security to your car. Perhaps it may have prevented the perpetrator getting inside your car, or he may have decided not to touch your car at all.
A more expensive fix for the scratches is to have the car Opticoated (or something similar like Hard Body, etc). When I had my wife's Mini Opticoated the paintwork was worked on a little with clay blocks, and this removed some extremely fine scratches prior to putting on the Opti Coat. The guy that did the cars was an expert detailer, so that might be an option for you.
As a price guide, I had the Mini and my BMW F30 OptiCoated for $500 per car.
2009 R56 Mini Cooper S: Chili Red, Black Roof, Black Wheels, ASC+T, SatNav, Very Cute!