yes you can , but paint on the first coat , let it dry for 1 hour and then `rub back` with an ordinary kitchen scouring pad and straight kitchen detergent , then wash off with clean water.
do this 2 times and you should be able to `match` the current "age" of your paint-work , almost success-fully (dependant on the age of the paint).
this IS much cheaper than going to a Paint-shop and you can say that you`ve mastered some-thing , all by your-self and you can look good to your Mates , as well.
big PS....don`t let that Clown (who did the `Damage`) near your car , again.
send him a "how to" card , from your local Bunnings Ware-house that describes the Fundamentals of Electricity (motor vehicle) and the Principles of Correct Connections of.....AND charge him a bottle of decent/good Scotch/Rum or 2 x cartons (30 packs) of full strength beer , for your troubles...!
OR , give me his addresss and i will , for the Info. supplied...!!!