yesterday i took my GT in to get a front end alignment, and i'm happy with nothing they've done. they take the car for a test drive before and after working on them, ok, thats fine i guess. most cars go around the block and never leave your sight, but my GT dissapears both times for 10 minutes and comes back with 12 miles and rubber piled onto my rear quarters, super pissed about that once i seen the car when it was done. when i called i told them i need a full front end alignment for a 71 opel Gt, he says 69.95 for any vehicle to set toe, camber, and caster. when hes done my total is 75.89 with tax and "shop supplies", thats ok, but tells me that camber and caster is not adjustable on my car, and that its way out of spec, the only way to fix it was all new bushings and springs all the way around the car, he's full of it, that car has decent bushings in it and it's sat higher than any GT i've owned, so the springs can't be worn out. didnt say a word, went home, got 2 opel manuals that explained how to adjust the camber and caster specifically for the GT. showed them BOTH books and said it is possable just like this. he said since you have to pull the balljoints out and rotate them 180 degrees or pull the control arms off to shim the arm forward or backward, that it wasnt included in part of a "normal" alignment. ok, its a pain in the ass and he didnt wanna do it, thats fine too, but dont charge for what you dont do, i fought for 10 minutes, and as i got ready to walk out and grab my reciept back up hes like "i'll give you some money back but not all of it" he gives me 25 of the 75 back, never apologized for what they didnt do, charging for what they didnt do, or racking up 12 miles and half my tread life for the rear tires. so i paied 50 bucks and 80 miles driving there and back twice to get the toe set and my rear tires wasted and spending a half hour scrubbing rubber off my quarters. anybody else have this problem with their GT, or even opel in general when they say they can't do camber or caster?