Wow, thats amazing stuff Gaz, just watched a youtube video.
Thats a big tub to buy for a prop but at £38 it's probably cheaper than taking it to a professional I guess. I've just Googled Paint Removal and found you can buy smaller tubs which would suit for around £12 ish, so that might work.
I find that Nitromors dries out very quickly and then loses it's effectiveness, it's ok on household paint though.
My other idea would be to try a small area with a blow torch, not too close to start with, to see if you could melt it off. I'm not sure about the consequences though, Antifoul as we know is toxic, so a mask would be essential.
I suspect the guys who did Matts prop probably dipped it, sand blasted it.
That stuff which Gaz mentioned looks to be the safest and best route.
Land Rover....making mechanics out of owners for 50 yrs.
Cheap fresh oil is better than expensive dirty oil...