I didn't want to hijack BB's thread but it got me to thinking that some of you probably know a simple answer to this. My son just got a 1964 Chevy El Camino. It has the ignition switch in the dash. The ignition key was lost by the previous owner, but you can start it by just turning "ears" on the switch. A replacement lock cylinder was easy to find, but we have not been able to remove the old one without the key. Can anybody tell me how to remove the old lock cylinder without having a key?