So, I'm stripping everything off of my 1967 Impala 4-Door hardtop sport sedan to get it ready for media blasting and whatnot soon, but no matter what I try I just CANNOT get the rear doors "unscrewed" from the car. Yes, screwed. Why in the word GM/Chevy decided to screw doors onto a car rather than both them, I have no clue. It's the craziest thing I've ever seen.
Anyways, I've tried hand tools, and impact hammer, an impact wrench, a torch, heating it up and then cooling it down to shock the metal, nothing. Not one single screw will even budge on either of these doors. That's 24 screwed that refuse to play nice!
Anyways, these are amazingly one of the last things holding me up from removing the body from the frame and I am completely out of ideas. I thought the doors would just come right off, and the front ones did, but these guys in the rear simply refuse to give at all. I've included some pics of the screws in the car, the door, and both below. You can see on one where I've tried torching it quite a bit, and another pic shows the inside of door and the screws ends, which look fine.
Any help/ideas/suggestions on removing these screws is MOST appreciated! Thanks so much everyone!