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My 95 Z28 swapped ends going around a corner on a wet road. Completely spun around and ended up hitting a curb an jumped it with all 4 wheels from the drivers side. Bent all 4 wheels plus the steering knuckle (spindle) on the passenger side. Pulled it apart and took the opportunity to replace all bushings, tie rods, ball joints and struts.

When I took it to get an alignment, they said they could not do it because the cradle had shifted or the frame was bent. There is no obvious misalignment or tracking problem. I know these cars can be tricky to align if they have been apart. Just wanting some opinions on whether I should try another alignment shop for a second opinion or just get it to a frame shop. How likely is it that the frame is bent or cradle shifted? Can the cradle be loosened and moved back? Any idea what a frame shop might charge to straighten things?
 
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