I am restoring a vintage titanium Ron Kit/Speedwell Gear Case bike. The frame has a couple dents in it--one on the top tube (shown, presumably from an impact) and one on the down tube (not shown, perhaps from a too-small or overly-tightened FD clamp). I have read about dents getting rolled out of steel frames. Can the same be done with titanium frames? Any tips or suggestions? Keep in mind this is a '73 titanium frame, so it's not the same grade of titanium that's used now.
FWIW, I'm not worried about what this may do to the finish. Since taking the photo below, I have been going over the frame with scuff pads and fine sandpaper to bring back the original polished look (it's turning out really nice). So I'll be able to match the finish again if I attempt to roll out the dents.
Thanks in advance for your input.