Re: hardest thing to remove
Well, tell you what, my father in law used to have a Bitsamissing Magna hack. Two weeks ago I went guarantor for a loan so he could get an EF Fairmont Ghia, 190,000 km (not a bad buy for 5 grand, incl fact. sunroof).
Working on any car can be a pain in the ass at times, but like I told him, I am a lot happier helping him out with his new one than I was on the old one... and I have already had to replace his brake switch and fix his electric window control on the centre consol.
I know I'll be doing alot more for him, but at least I don't get the sh!#$ blowing my time on a piece of sh!#.