I'm going to start working on my 74 Duster soon, I'm gonna swap in one of my spare SB engines to get it on the road. I'm gonna to do the bodywork last, but there are a couple things on the body I have to fix before I can get it on the road. One of them being the tail panel is dented in pretty good. I have a set of body hammers and dollies, but the trunk bracing is covering enough of the panel that I can't really get to it like I need too. So as I see it I have two options, get a spotweld cutter, remove the panel and straighten it on the bench, or get one of those stud welders that weld the pin onto the panel so that you can pull it out with a slide hammer. The downside to this is the stud welder is much more expensive then the spotweld cutter, the upshot however is that I can use the stud welder to pull some of the dents in my quarters later on so that I may not need full skins when I start on the bodywork. What do you guys think? I'm leaning towards the dent puller, but it really costs more then I want to spend (trying to do this car super cheap).