OK, Dino lovers of a challenge. The fill plug on my ‘69 is impossible to remove. Not a unique problem. A socket hits an aluminium fin kind of thing and will not go on straight and so slips. I have yet to try a crescent wrench. I have on order from NAPA a 23 mm wrench. Now I fear that it should be a 24mm as someone suggested. The P.O. has rounded the plug as well. I have been informed that there is an additional fill plug accessible under the air filter. I have seen a photo, an Allen wrench is to be used. I do not have that fill plug on my L. Then there is the transfer case. Atop this case is a fill plug. Oh, yeah?! Not on my car. And so ? What do I do ? My latest thought is to make a slot across the fill plug head and then try a long flat head screw driver and a vice grip to turn it. I did think of heating it, as with a torch. Of course, that scares me. What would a torch do besides the obvious frightening possibility ? Thanks for any inspiration. Oh, can the Dino be driven for 3.5 miles without gear oil ? That relates to another idea. I’m desperate.