Metal work on 5715 is finally on its way. The front control arms have been lengthened and front wheels with more back spacing are in place to greatly reduce the scrub radius. The front control arms are adjustable for more caster. As best as we can determine the car has never been hit and it's totally rust free. I am assuming that the rear axle centerline is in the correct location front-to-back. I checked the centerline of the left and right rear axle to the lowest, back corner of each respective door opening. They where within 0.125" of each other. The car is set at ride height. I didn't assemble the rear suspension and haven't checked to see if any toe-in exists which may or may not move the rear wheels slightly forward. I am trying to determine the exact (close) axle centerline location relative to the body/chassis so we can properly fit the flares front-to-back. Does anyone here know a body/chassis hard point to measure from and what the dimensions from that hard point to the axle centerlines should be? Thanks!