Hi Everyone. My name is Phil. About 8 months ago I sold my 1970 El Camino and purchased a 1970 Buick GS455 from site member Rob696. So I am a newbie to this site While I am enjoying the car and have already made a couple upgrades like adding a modern stereo and GSX spoilers its still a pretty original 50 year old car. While I can deal with the fuel gauge not working or the speedometer cable binding up, the steering in this car is driving me nuts. I cannot stand the sloppiness and vagueness of the steering. The steering seems to have a mind of its own and wants to wander all over the road. I know the roads in Southern California are not the best and the power steering in GM A bodies were not designed with cornering in mind but i never had to work this hard with my El Camino to keep it in a straight line. There is just no steering response in the GS between 10 & 2 on the steering wheel. Only when I get past 10 & 2 does the car start turning. Likewise, when I hit an uneven road I'm constantly fighting with the steering to keep it straight I need some direction as to where with the steering and/or suspension I should focus my attention next. The previous owner replaced the tie rods and added a Hotchkis 1 inch rear sway bar while I have added KYB gas shocks all around but as far as I know those are the only things different than stock. I 'm not looking to do autocrossing any time soon. I'd just like a more modern steering feel to enjoy my driving experience when taking a leisurely drive through the back canyons of Southern California. Thank you in advance for any help you can give me.