Could be a deteriorated rubber spring isolator. That can easily drop it lower than the rest of the car. My spring was broken off in the isolator which made it dip a little bit more than the rest of the car. I put some new springs on and it corrected the issue.
The front driver's side of a fox body is notorious for dipping compared to the rest of the car because you have the battery, A/C condensor which is deceivingly heavy, coolant overflow tank and washer fluid tanks all up on the front LH side of the car as well as the driver being on the LH side of the car all the time.
Torque: It's like crack for your right foot