I made a previous post about attempting the inner fender repair on my GTV6 and in that post I had decided taking the fender off was the only way to properly repair the rust on mine. So I set out to do so drilling all the spot welds on top of the fender. And then it snowed. And kept snowing and long story short there the Alfa sat for a winter. Today was a tolerable 45 degrees so I decided to take a crack at removing the fender again. I made my way removing spot welds till I got to the front of the car and realized there’s almost no room to drill off the spot welds I tried using an angle drill attachment still wouldn’t fit. I ended up driving to my work to get my air angle drill which is 100% worth the money buying for this job alone as the head is only 1 inch wide and fits pretty much anywhere. Took out the lower front spot welds no problem. Now I’m moving onto the top spot welds and the brazing in the front top corner of the car. Any advice for separating this part I think I can drill the spot welds easy enough but I don’t know if there’s another braze I need to cut to remove it. Any Advice is appreciated. And here’s the pictures of the angle drill I used if anyone thinks one would be helpful in the future to them.