Hello everyone, I went to take the '54 Plymouth out for a drive the other day. When I attempted to open the driver door it behaved like it was locked--the handle pulled out freely and didn't do anything. Thinking I accidentally locked the door somehow, I crawled through the passenger side and tried opening the door there. I got a little (but less than normal) resistance from the handle but the latch did not disengage. I removed the metal trim around the window and looked in to the door as I tried the handle again. I could see the linkage moving correctly. If I ever want to open this door again, I suppose I'm going to have to disassemble it with the door shut and figure out what part of the latch is broken. Has anybody on here ever done this? Any tips on how I might remove the door panel without destroying it? The lower part of the panel is original and still in near-perfect condition. I would like to save it if at all possible. In addition, the process for removing the interior door handle/escutcheon is less than obvious. From the research I've done, there is supposed to be a pin somewhere that has to be removed but I haven't had any luck locating any pins. Any advice on this would be welcomed as well. Thanks.