OK so everyone warned me about not over heating my projects. But like the newbie I am, i over estimated what that entailed. I have over heated the roof of my '56 Studebaker Pickup. I think it's called coffee canning or soda canning? Now my roof is pretty deformed and when I try to straighten it in one spot, The other spot moved. What can I do?
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