I know there are some guys on here that are good at this, so I'm looking for some proven tricks. What I have is a set of 52 Packard side trim, the passenger side front fender spear is FLAT! It didn't come this way, looks to have been run over. The guy I got the trim from worked with it for a while last night and got alot of the shape back to it. I've heard of making wooden bucks and hammering it back into shape, my question is what type of wood and hammer to use. Are there any special files I can use to knock down high spots or do we just buff 'em out with cutting compund? I really want to save this trim since it's pretty tuff to find and kinda pricey. What do I need to know?