Well, I sold my 55 2dr post project, (mistake) and picked up a 56 Bel Air 2 dr hardtop. I love 55s but I'm starting to get attached to this 56. I was going to sell her and try to find a project 55 hardtop,(My dream car) but they are getting hard to find at a good price. The nice thing about the 56 is you don't see a lot of them. I live in a town (Lake Havasu City, AZ) that has a lot of restored hot rods. To fit in, you really need something under 1960. I see a lot of 55s & 57s, but I don't recall seeing any 56s. I sure there are some here that I just haven't seen, but the 55s & 57s are common. I like the idea of having a tri-five thats not so common! The problem is: I think I payed to much for the car (6k) and would be better off selling it to find another. The car is solid, but it has a kink in the rear frame from being hit in the rear while parked. I here it would take about $2,500 to get it fixed. I could buy a parts car for the frame, but I might be better off getting this one fixed. Its a small kink above the pass. rear tire thats pushed slightly down. I thought about jacking the car up by the rear frame and heating it with a torch to see if it would work itself out, but I'm not sure this will work and I don't want to screw it up any worse than it already is. Has anybody ever tried this?