I know I don't post here often, but I trying to repair my daughter's car. It's a 1981 Berlinetta that looks like the BumbleBee Camaro. The rear springs were shot so my friend and I replaced them with a new set from Rock Auto. It was a hassle but we finally got them in. Now the car leans quite badly to one side, both the front and the back. I read one post recommending I jack up the front putting jack stands under the front frame to isolate the front suspension from the equation. The car is still leaning but I noticed looking at the front springs, that the passenger's side (wheel and everything) hangs much lower than the driver's. This is obviously a problem but it's still leaning, maybe not as bad in the back. Any new ideas from you guys?