There's a whole lot of truth in what Squirrel said, you're not going to learn ANYTHING, until you start trying to do SOMETHING. Lots of free stuff on you tube, but if you have a little money to spend, David Gardiner ( Mindover here on the HAMB) has a good video showing how to use a torch and hand tools. Every time I watch it, I noticed things I missed before.Check out his thread on his homemade 32 body. Its good to know what CAN be done, if you just work at it a bit. Peter Tomassini is another master craftsman with instructional videos. He shows how to make a complete quarter panel for a Monaro (Australian Chevelle) . Has about 100 hrs in its construction. I had the good fortune to attend one of Peter's American classes last fall, and about the first thing I learned was I'm never going to live long enough to be as good as this guy, he's been at it 40 + years. Amazing what CAN be done. He does cheat though, he uses his english wheel a lot, but he's quick to point out, its just a continuous hammer and dolly. One other place you can go for info, allmetalshaping forum. Lots of knowledge there also. Good Luck to you.