The photo to the left shows the side view of the Lambo door hinge with the pin welded onto the hinge. These hinges work great on your Mercy 1,2 or 4 body-kit.
The photo to the left shows the Lambo door hinges with the pins welded onto them. Clear tape holds the metal-roller pieces in place until they are installed on the car.
The photo to the left shows the top view of the Lambo door hinges. The end with the 4 holes will bolt to the door and the two, metal, roller pieces will be welded to a metal frame which is under the front fender area which allows the Lambo door to pivot straight up.
The problem with the older hinge model, such as the one described further down the page, was that the tires would scrape against the hinge during a turn due to the sharp 90 degree curve which forces the hinge to sit lower in the body. However, with the newly redesigned door hinges, there is no contact with the tires and the door hinges because of the curve which allows them to sit higher within the body of the car.
The mounting holes are already created and the hinge pins already welded onto the new door hinge. The price for these hinges are ONLY $200.
NOTE: Most Lambo builders sell the same Lambo hinge for $350.00.
You save $150.00 with carkitinc.com
NOTE: There is a lot of good “HOW TO” information on this website www.bandbcustoms.com about “CUTTING AUTO GLASS” and “STRETCHING THE FIERO” and “LAMBO DOOR INSTALL INFORMATION” simply click on the “HOW TO” tab at the top of the home page when you get to that website.
See the 2 photos above which show the '91 MR2 door latch and striker installed on a Mercy-4. The door in the photo is in primer paint, but you can still see the MR2 latch. The MR2 latch and striker is a cheap and easy way to complete your Mercy-4 Lambo door.
Below is a video with more detailed information about the MR2 door latch and striker installed on a Mercy-4.