Well that job wasn't as easy as I thought! First, my car does have the original sheet metal and hinges (looks like PO added a bushing kit) so I would have anticipated less of a fight. I pulled old weatherstrip off and removed striker on body. Oh, and what I was trying to fix is the door handle side of my door was about 5 horse hairs too low so the door window would slightly hit the quarter window when both were rolled up all the way. I could also feel the door drop a tad when opening it so I knew it was just slightly low (I did fine one of the hinge bolts very loose and a second moderately tight).
I'm a perfectionist so I know this isn't 100% spot on, but door handle side gap looks pretty good. Up at the top next to handle is probably slight larger, but I don't think it's enough for me to mess with the body side hinges again.
I do have a slightly recessed look at the top of the door near the latch and the bottom of the door below the latch. I think the weatherstrip will correct this or I might adjust the striker on body out just a little.
The bottom corner of the front of the door next to the fender is out just slightly from the rocker. I'm not sure I should worry too much about this especially since I have rocker modeling to go back on.
Next step is to get weatherstrip on, then dry fit fender. The fender did fit perfectly before so I hope to have an easy go.
Here are some pics. Let me know your thoughts....