The biggest problem with fixing a spot without repainting the entire hood is the color. If you think you have paint that matches it should be a lot of work but pretty easy. I don't like filling a hole with bondo, even bondoglass. You could fix the hole and it would look fine and after a couple of months the filler would fall out. I prefer to weld a piece of sheetmetal on the back side of the hole and use a angle grinder and grind the metal thin around the hole before filling. Then block sand the filler level to the finish and prime with epoxy primer followed by a filler primer for sanding. Then I continue wet sanding with the block sanding with 400 grit paper and then topcoat with 2 or 3 coats of paint depending on the paint you use. After thoroughly dry I wet sand the spot with 1200 to 1500 grit paper and buff with rubbing compound.
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