I'm driving my 50 Coupe I pulled out of the forest and have been working on a couple years. Car was dormant for decades. Now I'm starting to educate myself a little about alignment. Car drives nice and I thought I had got lucky on the alignment, then I noticed I'd scrubbed off the outside corners of both front tires. No big deal, they're the cheapest new tires I ever bought. I set the toe when I first got her running, I'm sure I need to recheck that. But here's where I'm puzzled: car seems to be way too much positive camber. So far with my tentative investigation the tires/wheels seem to be really leaning out at the top. Here's my question: all my reading, and maybe logic, suggests that old worn out parts sagging down would cause negative camber. Wouldn't it? All these parts seem to be original, but not completely worn out. I'd appreciate any thoughts. Thanks!!