I have done a bit of searching and seems my question is a hodgepodge of issues so here we go: Ok so alignment question (74 Dart): Took the car in to have it aligned yesterday, and while I have a feeling the shop may not be the most experienced at aligning older cars, these are the numbers they were able to put on paper: Front left: Camber 1.7 Caster 1.5 Toe .13 Front right: Camber -.3 Caster -3.2 Toe .14 Obviously the caster and camber are terrible on the front right, but bad for both. In the adjustment numbers he adjusted .1 closer to 0 on both sides and thats it. Seems like there should be more adjustment there, but he said thats as far as they could be adjusted. Is this a case of alignment guy not knowing what hes doing or could it be something else in the suspension? All of the bushings, rod ends, control arms etc were replaced shortly before I purchased the car and everything was out of whack. Currently, while it is better now with the toe adjusted, gradual turns are scary, the car tries to over turn and I have to correct quickly. One thing I do need to do is come up on the front torsion bars and raise the front of the car about 2", currently they are torqued way down from the previous owner to give it a raked look. Will this allow some of this to be a bit closer to spec? Any help is appreciated!