Depends on how much chopping and cutting they did to convert the
doors over from conventional hinges to swing-forward, you would need
someone at a body shop to have to look.
But more than likely it's going to be rather expensive putting it
back to stock, because they probably had to chop up the leading edge
of the door and the A-pillar to mount the totally different hinge
system. And they would need to modify the door latch system
You might have to buy new complete doors, new door hinges, and if
the door pillars were all hacked up you may have to buy collision
repair pieces and rebuild them to stock condition. Then you have to
get the hinges all aligned again, and rebuild the old latch post
--<< Bruce >>--
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