I have a spare passenger door from a ‘65 300 in front of me here. The rods from the lock cylinder and the door pin only engage with the latch when the wheel fully rotated upon closing. If the wheel on the latch jambs, you cannot operate the locks but I don’t think that’s the problem.--
I suspect the latch is actually what’s jammed. Penetrating oil may help if you can get it to the right location. If you use a product with a spray tube, inserting it a couple inches ahead of the lock pin, between the glass and the felt with the glass half way down and aiming back at about 30 degrees should get the penetrant where you need it.
You may have already tried this but I think a good shove with the handle pulled back might dislodge the door??
I can provide further pics (hopefully without offending anyone) if you think that may help.
On Jan 18, 2021, at 6:16 PM, Ronald Klinczar <rjklinczar@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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