Redrepair, why do you say buffing is not done anymore? Most body shops still "cut" and buff to get out the inevitable dirt that gets in the paint, clearcoat or not. Urethane clearcoats are a lot tougher than the old enamels and lacquers of 30 years ago. And I'll guarantee you that most used-car lots routinely buff cars to ready them for sale to get the paint slick and glossy. A good detail shop should be able to remove this damage. I have no idea what the cost would be. I agree that Griot's would be a good source, although it's a little on the expensive side. I've had great results with Meguiar's products, particularly the high-end stuff, in hiding swirl marks. Generally, buffing puts in the swirl marks and a glaze (3M makes good products; check at an auto parts store that supplies body shops) will fill in these scratches and provide the shine. The wax provides the protection. But I've even had good results with Meguiar's Gold Class one-step cleaner/wax in hiding swirl marks on a black truck. Just expect to have to redo it in three months.