Over the winter I completely dissassembled the front end of my 81 camaro all the the way to the firewall. I installed new body bushings (factory rubber), shocks, correct springs, new ball joints, upper and lower control arm bushings, sway bar bushings, drag link, tie rods, etc. etc. Basically everything is brand new (all bushings are factory rubber, no synthetic materials.) Upon completion, I had the car towed to the local alignment shop and had the front end aligned. I am running, nearly new, 15X7 radials with correct pressure. I have doubled checked every nut and bolt on the car for tightness and when necessary the correct torque specs. When I drove it home (all of 4 miles) I could tell right away the car felt like it was floating, even at 45 MPH (similiar to my 66 mustang at 100 MPH) and wanted to wander over the road (not much, but enough for me to notice). I am going to adjust the steering box (small increments of 1/4 turn) to see if I can adjust it out (I rebuilt the steering shaft as well). Other than that, does anyone know why the car would feel this way. I was expecting the tight feel of a new car. The car drove better before I installed all the new parts. (The car is an 81, Z28, with new 350 crate motor. All parts used were for a Z-28). Thanks in advance for comments.