Depending on how rusty it is, a hammer and cold chisel would be useful. I had to remove the whole front end on my rusty 77 and then seperate the fenders.
This was beacuse there are three bolts at the front behind the grill that hold the fender on to the front panel. These are captive bolts held by a sprung clips. The trouble is, these almost always snap and there is no way to get at them, so the bolts just spin!
I even had this happen on my rust free Nevada 79, luckily I managed to hold the broken clip with a large flat blade screwdriver.
All the other fender bolts are easy to get to 1/2 inch bolts.
Doors are easy 9/16's socket, you will need an extension bar for the bolts on the inside of the hinge though. The door's are heavy, but I have removed and fitted them on my own without too much huffing and puffing.