In a new video, Polygon editor David Walker explores the process of assembling a door for the first time.
Walker’s car door kit includes two pieces of wood, two pieces to make a hinge, and three bolts to attach to the door.
Walker also makes two holes in the door that you can then drill holes in to get at the parts you want to assemble.
In this video, we’re shown how to drill holes through the hinges of the door and drill holes to attach the door parts to the hinges.
When we get to the part where the hinges attach to each other, Walker shows us how to cut a hole in the wood to get the hinge and hinge pins to fit together.
When you look at the hinge pins and hinges in the video, it’s easy to see why you need to be careful when building a car door.
When a hinge pin is broken, it causes the door to slip off the hinges, causing the door itself to move.
But when you screw the hinge into the door, the door’s not just moving, it also shifts.
This causes the doors hinges to fall out of alignment and the door can’t be secured properly.
Walker shows how to glue the door together with glue that doesn’t break or slide off, and how to apply the glue to the hinge.
This is the part that will hold the door up properly, and when you’re done, you can finally install the door into the car.
This door is actually pretty sturdy, but you’ll need to keep it in place.
Walker explains that you’ll have to be patient and work at it over time.
Once you’ve built your first door, you’ll want to make sure that it doesn’t fall apart or fall apart too much.
This first door isn’t perfect, but it’s definitely sturdy enough to use.
The door hinge is going to have to sit on the car for a few weeks before you can install it into the front door, and you’ll also need to secure the door properly.
It’s going to take a bit of trial and error before you’ve got everything you need.
If you have any questions about this project, please check out the video above.
You can check out more videos of Walker’s DIY car door assembly, including this video of a similar project, here.