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  1. The left door of my TR4A hangs down, which results in a bad closing. I can lift the door 10 mm upwards by the handle without the car moving itself. As can be seen in the attached photos, both taken from the same position, there is a crack in the sheet metal. The second picture gives more detail. How is this best repaired? Probably this will involve welding. What tips can be given to a garage that is not familiar with a TR4A door? Do new reinforcement pieces have to be made which are then welded into the opening to be made? Is a proper repair possible without having to repaint the door
  2. I need to raise the drivers door on my TR4A by 2-3mm. The manual suggests this can be done by releasing the bolts on the hinge (3 bolts per hinge) Any suggestions on how to do this, particularly how to hold the door in place when I release the bolts.
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