The car will be more valuable, IMHO, with a proper repaint. The patching of the holes, the previous repaint... there's just no way that the underlying paint can be in decent condition when all is said and done. I'd strip it down, make sure the body really is good, and then do a proper new paint job. The purist who would prize the original paint and be willing to pay for it is probably looking for an untouched original and will also likely pass on the car because of the patching. Everyone else would rather have a good new paint job.