I've replaced springs and shocks all around and still have 2 degree negative camber in the rear suspension. It's not as bad as it was prior to replacing the springs and shocks (the car doesn't bottom out nearly so readily now) but is sufficient to be evident from a rear prospective and increased tire wear. Are there shims that should have been installed along with the springs or does this car have body bushings? I know that was the case with a Peugeot 504D that I used to own. There is a slight rear sag evident from a side view. I'll appreciate any suggestions at this point.