I would try the spoon technique
Grab a dolly and go at it with a hammer!
Not with aluminium, it stretches so there isn't the spring of steel. Heat it gently and roll a spoon firmly over the dent whilst supporting behind.
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Ah, fair point. We don't know what the dent is in but dolly and hammer is not so good with aluminium.
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I have a dent in my bonnet from our first trip to the Alpes, it was annoying at the time and now it makes me think of the Alpes
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I too thought of Dent, Arthur Dent.
Perhaps Colin Grant was vapourised by a Vogon construction fleet before he could ask his question.
Evidently he forgot his towel