My off side rear wheel has a significant amount of toe in. I've not measured it but it looks a long way out compared to the other one which looks parallel to the car to the naked eye. It's probably an inch more inward at the front compared to the rear. I appreciate there is no adjustment on the rear suspension but I've been reading the FSM and it seems there is a procedure to follow when you reassemble the rear suspension - e.g. you need to put the car's weight on the rear wheels before you tighten up the transverse inner link bolts, etc. A previous owner fitted poly bushes to the rear suspension and when I got the car the diff and the front supporting bar was not bolted to the car. I just bolted it back together without a thought, but thinking back I did need to put some pressure on the suspension to make it line up before the bush would fit in place. I don't know if perhaps something has not been aligned properly before, or if the act of the car being dragged onto a trailer with the rear wheels not properly supported might have bent something out of shape. I hope to investigate this weekend (weather permitting) but does anyone know if incorrectly fitted bushes, etc. could make such a difference to the alignment? I'm concerned I might need some new bits, and that I'll only really know once the car is dismantled on the driveway!