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Find a shop that does powdercoating and ask if they do rims. (You will probably have to unmount your tire).

My coworker had his Racing Hart rims curbed by a valet. Took it to someone who did powdercoating/rim repair and they did a really good job. You couldn't tell unless you were really close and knew exactly where to look.

Good luck!
 

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Check the back of Car & Driver or Motor trend mag. for wheel repair shops. They are supposed to be very good. I never used one. Give one a call.
 

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If you live in a big city, let your fingers do the walking and
find a couple of wheel repair shops to call.
They will be able to fix that good as new in the $80-$100
range...
 

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Those rims look like my rims on my 99 Civic with Katana rims and guess what, it's also scraped up like that. There are shops possibly in your area who probably make repairs. If not there are shops online that you can send it out. That migh just be too expensive i.e. shipping/handling. I was thinking of fixing it up my self buy filling the deep scratch with bondo and sanding it out then repainting them to match the color of my car.
 
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