BBRT chsadek at comcast.net
Sun Nov 6 18:09:16 EST 2016

Google is your friend. This one and others. 

Basically, easiest first..tire inflations, wheel offset, wheel bearings,
front height (lower it), toe in enough, and the biggest to me is worn
bushings (do not forget brake reaction rods...). Several references on line
about how to correct for torque steer... little things mean a lot.

Chuck S

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Subject: Re: <VV> GLEN PRAY CORD

I have a Glen Pray Cord coming here  soon for work. I was looking at  it 
today to see what will be involved.
My first question is how good did they originally handle? This one is all  
over the road , hard to handle. Torque steer  is horrible also.   Any one 
have background on these cars to share?  It is in my shop yet  , but will be

soon. looks like the steering  relay rod may be touching the  clutch linkage

at times ,
This  car only shows about 10K miles on it.
 Any hints on suspension would be appreciated.   I will be  getting a 
manual with it. 
Regards, Tim Colson
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