Gus- Swaybar- yes! I have never worried about it because honestly the car steered like a dream and never had an issue cornering or turning with the other wheels. But now I see it is a must. Shocks are a possibility since they are fairly old and the car sat for a while before the current restoration. Probably won't do coilovers since I just put brand new springs on less than a month ago. What size tire would you suggest? I don't love the look of real small tires in front but I may have to deal. I don't usually get rubbing unless I am turning into a tight turn or there is a bump near the turn. Mainly when the body flexes or hits a dip. But of course that is probably due to no sway bar and maybe a combo of many things. I like the idea of going to a tire guy, unfortunately, most are afraid of even touching CHROME "custom" wheels. Eyeroll! Thanks for the suggestions!