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Obviously there is a problem with where the door mounts to the frame but is it possible to repair it or is it going to be too large of an undertaking for a diy project? I replaced the door and I'm working on replacing the fender but the gap at the top rear of the door is bugging me and starting to worry me with the oncoming rain.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated! :)
 

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Or your car might need a pull to set the chassis straight.
 

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Not to be a broken record, but what the other guys said.

If the hinge doesn't work, then you definitely need to either get the frame properly repaired, or get a new car. It's not safe to drive around with a damaged unibody. I had mine fixed quite a while back, and it wasn't obscenely expensive to get done.
 

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or just by a rolling chassis from someone and swap everything over. I almost did that with a wrecked redline last week. I have a good frame in my back yard XD
 
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