James Kennelly has never lost a fight with a door. "There's no car that I've had to walk away from," says the former repo man. Kennelly, who describes himself as "freakishly mechanically inclined," got out of the car-lifting business four years ago and taught himself how to pick locks. His business, which Kennelly runs out of his West Side home, is a one-man show. But he'll rescue you wherever you're stranded, from Elyria to Mentor, at any hour of the day or night. And unlike many shady locksmiths, who quote you one price by phone and then charge you an arm and a leg when they finish the job, Kennelly rarely charges more than $45.