> >>I was told by the
> >> shop that does my inspections that I need to take mine to a
> >> shop that has an
> >> older alignment machine because the front and rear wheels
> >> are different widths. Is this correct?
This is BS. The problem with the roadster is that it is a pain in the
behind to align when compared to modern strut type cars. I spent two days
getting mine right. It requires that shims be added and removed to set the
caster and camber. Modern cars just need the turn of a couple of
There is also the problem with worn parts. Old cars have worn parts that
are hard to find and difficult to replace. A shop that can't even find your
model of car in their parts book is prone to pass you to the next guy. A
car can't be aligned properly with worn suspension parts.