Is that a finish crack or wood crack? Either way it can be fixed, paint matching is what it's all about though. It can be spot painted and progressively sanded until it fairly unnoticeable. Not cheap and not easy.
That'll be tough to paint-match, but it's doable. It's helpful that it's not metallic, and being a light color it'll hide any witness lines in clearcoat pretty well. I'm not sure what they use - I'd assume polyurethane, but their finishes are so hard sometimes I wonder if it's not polyester.
That's a bigger patch than I've ever done but I'm pretty confident that I could do it. I'm not soliciting, just commenting that if I, as an amateur, could do this than it shouldn't be a big deal for a pro. But I suspect it'll cost more to do right than you'd think.
Again, the trick will be the color match (if you hadn't heard that yet).