Here is one online AZ review
If you like to struggle, then this tool is for you. If you don't like to struggle then use a electric Sawzall. It took me 45 minutes to cut some tailpipe under the car. It's a basic tool that requires you to keep pressure on the handles while you work the tool back and forth so the blades will cut the metal. Be sure to wear eye protection and gloves. It works, but takes time and effort. I'd probably rent a Sawzall next time.
so, you have another 35 minutes....
WW at one time sold a Stanley hack saw that looked like a wood saw, the blade just stuck out 3 inches. I bought, then lost, mine.
Please post your conclusions, since I will be doing this on my car next week. TIA