Haha I like the bending of space and time idea! The blasters actually as old as the hills but it's effective. As for the door pins there are a couple of methods, they are always a tw@t so you just have to be persistent. Firstly some lubrication helps they are roll pins so are tight as anyway. I used a punch in this case, remember the top pin goes down and the dottom one goes up. Or an old bonnet stay cut up fits a treat. Lastly if all else fails these work the best See the link
Hmm bonnet stays you say? I reckon there's a couple of them lurking in the corner of the garage. thanks for that, I'll make sure they're well lubed up over a couple of nights then try a section of bonnet stay.
You will have to let me know how you get on - i would also advise a helper to support the door or a leaso some wood or a jack under it.
I absolutely love the method and approach here... amazing. I wish when I'd paid (sometimes big money) for my cars to have rust sorted in the '90s, I'd got this sort of repair work - I'd have a lot more faith in handing the jobs over to other people!
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