The suspension on the 1955 Chevy is progressing well. New control arm cross shafts with 2 degrees of caster to help these old manual steering cars. They would use negative caster to help the cars turn at slow speed, but this makes them unstable at our highway speeds. So dialing in positive caster really helps the highway speed stability. Makes the cars much more comfortable at 70 mph. Of course new ball joints, shocks and new sway bars keep the wheels planted and under control.