Good day,reliant-reviver wrote: ↑Sat Jun 22, 2019 6:21 amDo check your rear trailing arms to be sure one isn't giving way. Think it would be alarmingly obvious if so, but while you are there.
The Monroe rear damper / spring units are generally very good, so if you have a fully functioning replacement you could simply swap that in and carry on enjoying the car. Otherwise a few hundred quid spent with your preferred supplier for a new set of rear shocks and springs should sort it.
Re the front end, half an inch difference between sides suggests it's almost certainly time to look at replacing what is likely the original front springs.
As already mentioned I supply uprated replacements which have been fitted by countless people with much improvement reported. details here viewtopic.php?f=11&t=7221&start=75
the arms seem okay and there was no obvious difference between the two, the swap seems to have made a positive difference, i did bounce the rear a few times on the driveway and can now get my hand between the wheel and arch - but i have not driven the car yet and remeasured on an even surface.
I have two sets of spare front springs at hand, so will try one of those first- though they may not be better.
i did see your spring thread , I will probably contact you soon for standard springs , unless uprated ones are not too harsh for normal road use?
My daughter now wants this car instead of the 190E , so i will need start spending some money on it
I will report the measurements later on