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> I'd like to pick the collective brains of this group about a car
> matter, apologies to those to whom this is not relevant.
> A few weeks back my girlfriend had her vauxhall astra broken into in a
> car park. It was broken in to by a coat hanger or other object being
> slid between the front passenger side window and door skin to operate
> lock mechanism. The result of this is that her door is now bent
> out shape where it was forced out to slide the object into the door.
> it possible to correct this deformation without having to invest in an
> entire new door? She plans to sell the car in a few weeks, and
> if we can fix this cheaply the car will still have some value, rather
> than being close to nil value that it probably is at the moment. Plan
> is to buy a door from scrap and I'll try my hand at fitting it.
> Any help, as always, very much appreciated.
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