Bodywork done in the '60s and has lasted this long. The PO layed some bondo over the '60s work and it began to crack. Gound out all the new stuff plus some of the '60s work and found this crease. The old bondo was an inch deep in the crease (but still hadn't cracked). Problem is, the whole panel is where it needs to be. Measurements from bottom of panel to level ground are exactly the same on both sides and the other side is good. If I were to pull the metal down with a slide hammer or pound the crease out it would shrink the measurement on that side making the right quarter closer to the ground. I have a couple of ideas but I don't like any of 'em! What do you guys have to say?