Web design issue - whitespace

I am working on a new website that has a doorway page hosted elsewhere.
Here is the doorway site 
Here is the site it will lead to www.utterfamilyautos.com 
On the doorway page that I created, there is a small whitespace in the blue bar to the left of the black nav menu.
I can't seem to figure out how to make that go away to match the other website.
Any suggestions?

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Peter HartConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I notice you id header has a gif background.
its currently:
#header {
      POSITION: relative; TEXT-ALIGN: center; BACKGROUND: url(/images/bckHdr.gif) #fff no-repeat 0px 0px; HEIGHT: 142px; BORDER-RIGHT: #0b3576 1px solid
----- try replacing it with:
#header {
      POSITION: relative; TEXT-ALIGN: center; BACKGROUND: #fff 0px 0px 0px 0px; HEIGHT: 142px; BORDER-RIGHT: #0b3576 1px solid
Peter HartCommented:
I would say it has something to do with the left  blue column, not the header - but I can't make out where the left blue coloumn comes from.
It must border=0, get rids of blue line.

Check your header contains no border.
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Peter HartCommented:
I also notice your other pages that are ok are totally different css/design !?
mcrosslandAuthor Commented:
They are a different domain.  I am just trying to copy that look for two different auto dealerships that have their own domain.

I'm not sure exactly what you are talking about.  All borders=0 everywhere.
Please post the code you are asking me to change.

Mcrossland, you guys are expertise in this area. So, I left it up to you all.
Peter HartCommented:
Suredaz, what mcrossland is saying his code already has border=0 everywhere, your comment didn't add any value. (and your reply didnt make any sense)

mcrossland, I could not see where the left blue column comes, from can you point that out - maybe  the image has a white bit
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