Unit body repair

Special Fred

New Member
May 17, 2005
Chester, VA
Here's a question about high mileage Foxbodies: When the car is sitting on jackstands (which all seem to be at the same height setting), it rocks slightly diagonally between two of the four. The jackstands are positioned evenly. Is there such a machine that could twist the body back straight? If so, then what would I expect to pay for this kind of service? Would subframe connectors help, maybe some kind in particular (full length, cross, etc.)? It seems as though the previous owner drove the car up onto something solid and immovable. There is a little damage to the floor pan traveling down the length of one of the frame rails, and ending at the passenger lower torque box.

Additionally, is torque box repair expensive; or is replacement a feasible option?
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