I just bought a '67 convertible. It's in the shop now, so my access to it is limited. However, when I dropped it off, I noticed the something about the back tires: the inside of the right rear tire "lines up" with the inside lip of the right fender. But on the left side, the inside of that tire lines up about an inch beyond/inside the fender's lip (towards the center of the axle). So in essence, the left rear tire sits "deeper" into the vehicle than the right. I'm a newbie to this stuff, so there's probably an obvious cause for this that I'm unaware of. The fenders look even and undamaged, so I don't think it's the body. And I can't imagine the previous owner had a spacer behind only one of the tires (though it's possible and I'll check when I get the car back). But assuming this isn't it, does anyone else have any ideas as to why this might occur? Someone told me they thought it was due to the leaf springs needing to be replaced. However, the leaf springs regulate up and down, not left to right. (correct?) So I'm not sure why the leaf springs would be contributing. Thanks in advance for anyone's thoughts and ideas.