Boy, do I feel stupud. Simple little problem, and I cannot for the life of me figure this out. '30 Model A coupe, trying to remove the outside door handles. I've read on another forum that all I'm supposed to do is remove the two external screws, turn the handle, and pull out. I can even see inside the door to understand the turn-the-handle bit - to rotate the square shaft end to align with the square hole in another internal piece. (Thus if the door was locked, a thief could not just remove the external screws and pull out the handle. The handle must be turned to get it out.) All the parts operate as they should, and I've WD-40d all the moving parts. But it still acts like it is mechanically being held in there by something. I even had a helper turn the handle to the proper position while I tried lightly beating on the shaft end from inside with a hammer and punch. Nothing. On either door. Some of you A guys could prolly do this in your sleep. What am I missing here?