It's a bit hair raising to pull through a turn and have the door fly open. We've noted that the door latch pin only gets as far as the safety catch on the striker with the doors closed. The door to body alignment is good. We pulled the striker off to ensure that it would mate up with the latch pin properly only to find that the latch opening in the body work of the door was too narrow to receive the striker. Which leads me to believe that the latch is set too far out to allow the striker to engage. If we could bring the latching mechanism closer to the inner panel it would probably work. Was wondering if anyone had any suggestions before we take the door guts apart. That being said, any suggestions on order of disassembly of the door panels and mechanisms would help. It's a 1960 BN7. Thanks.