Ok, so I picked up a '97 GT on Craigslist for a whopping $2800. It only has 58,000 miles, and is in decent shape except for the large amount of hail storm damage. I'm a body guy, so no problem there! Anyhow, it also has 18" rims and a set of nearly new Goodyear Eagle F1 tires. When I got it, the front end squeeked horribly. Turns out it was just the tie rod ends, so I had a local shop replace them and give her an alignment. Now the steering is tight and quiet! Here's the problem. My car follows ruts in the road like it has a mind of its own. One brand new pavement, it tracks straight. On any road that is even slightly worn, I have to keep a pretty tight grip on the wheel to keep her from jumping into another lane. I took the car back to the shop, and they put it back on the rack, and said that the alignment is perfect. Anyone have any ideas on this? It seems like the camber must be off somehow. Does andone know of a good shop to take it to somewhere around Seattle? Any input would be very much appreciated. Thanks!