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2005 Mustang door misalignment

I was sitting at a show and I noticed the bottom of my driver's door is sticking out about an eighth of an inch. Going back through photos it looks like it hasn't been that way very long. All of the door hinges appear tight. Any idea what may have caused this or how to fix it. Here's a picture where it is visible.

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Best way to fix it would be to take it to a body shop and have them re align it.

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Best way to fix it would be to take it to a body shop and have them re align it.
Yes, My sons hockey coach owns a body shop. The first time he saw my 2005 … a yank here a shove there … he was aligning panels at will. The nose to both 1/4 panels are all off. slap'em together There's hair in the paint, thin spots, drips on the door edges … can't complain for 30K,RIGHT?

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