Thanks Daniel, we do have a couple places that can do that. Do you think it will hurt the gt by doing touch ups on it?
I would try it first in less obvious spots to see exactly how it will look. If it blends well, I'd go ahead with the rest. Just get some good small brushes made for this type thing. As with hand tools, the right tool is everything.
Touching up shouldn't hurt it's worth, as she'll still be original in my book. Besides, it'll not matter to you either way when it sells, as that'll be after you're 6 foot under anyway!