Yeah, I noticed the forks as well. I’m not sure if I’ll put a bid on it yet. I’m afraid it might be more work than I’m willing to spend money on. The seat stay issue might be a deal-breaker, plus one of the auction pics also shows missing screws in the crank housing.
use the body shop dent puller that welds a short rod onto the metal after you have cleaned it down to the bare metal you will need to heat the tube up to glowing state then i would use my dent puller to slide hammer the tubes back into as close to a round shape as i could get it then tap it back round with a body hammer .you will need to repeat this process as many times as needed its time consuming work so do not be in a hurry first thing any good tool and die maker learns is patience before anything else <ps try to keep all your fingers >