Early this morning I motored over to Port Chester’s Wheel Alignment Plus to get the chassis sorted out. Jim has done all my alignments for 15 years, and is a true artist.

I used grade roads across Stamford and Greenwich so as not to stress the tires with poorly aligned initial setup. Jim said she was quite off, too much toe-in, positive camber and caster out a few degrees. He like the adjustable upper arm, allowing for camber correction. Actually, it was needed to use the hub uprights from the ’72.

The lift offered an opportunity to snap some photos from below.

Took the Parkway home and took her up to 70 MPH and finally got into 5th gear - nice to know the tranny was reassembled correctly!