Looking through some restoration books covering the early Camaros, I have learned that some of the cars with mono leaf springs were fitted with an "underride bar" or "stabilizer bar" connected from the frame to the rear axle to eliminate axle windup on acceleration. In '68, it sounds like the problem was addressed by staggering the shocks and installing the multilple leaf springs. My question is, on a car with mono leaf springs, how hard is it to install shock brackets that would stagger the shocks? Does this help? It seems like it would be a very easy bolt in.