I read an article from a guy who transported new 1958 Chevys to the dealerships.
In this write up, the driver states the '58 frames were flimsy, and when chained down for transport, the frames would "bend".
Upon arrival at the dealership, the vehicle had to go to the frame shop for straightening.
The write up stated the bending of the frame was obvious to the naked eye, because the car would lean right to left or left to right, when parked on a level surface.
I began with Chevy a short time after 1958, but never heard any conversations about "1958 bent frames from transporting".
Any truth to the above ?
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