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Vehicle Information: Model: 964 RS America; Year: 1993; Body Type: Coupe; Engine (type, size, modifications): stock; Total Mileage: 43000;

Default Frame/Suspension offset variation?I have noticed a very obvious difference in how far the wheels stick out on one side of the car in comparison to the other side.the drivers side wheels stick out about 1/4" more than the passenger side, relative to the fender lips.No visible accident or frame damage.Car drives straight and true, with no handling problems.Does not appear to be a camber difference either, although I will be having that checked (entire wheel sticks out further, not just the upper edge. And I also did a rough check of the camber with a line/level and it appears to be similar side to side).So basically, the suspension is offset relative to the frame, or the fenders/aprons are off that much.Any thoughts or opinion will be greatly appreciated.

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