They say it's because the car was wrecked and rebuilt, and in order to actually find the problem it would likely cost more than the car is worth (This makes me sad tbh)
This is BS.
My black Cougar, Lazarus, has been bent twice. I had it straightened (mostly) in 2004, and recently ended up bouncing it off some curbs, and bending the unibody again.
It's lined up and drives perfectly, even tho it is visibly bent. (slightly, you have to look close.)
It drives great since I had it realigned, and replaced all the parts I broke.
(And chained the engine down, lol.)
It visibly needs to be put back on the table.
My point is, unless your car is that bad off, it's alignable.
If the rack or tie rod ends are bad, or camber is off, it will wear as you describe; I've seen it from all three.
I'd find another shop; our cars are amazingly adjustable.
Be sure to tell shops to tighten everything with the weight on the wheels; it makes a difference too.
Red '96 Cougar XR-7 240k mi. '02 4R70W, PST DS : '03 PI engine, 04 maf, 24lb injectors, 2.5" exhaust, '02 4r70w + Jmod, DirtyD0g TC + cooler + 3/8" lines, 255 walbro fp. Alpine system.
Black '96 Cougar XR-7 (Lazarus) 210k mi PI Intake, '02 4R70W, Jmod, PST DS, GrogTune, Konis, Mark LCA+Poly, racecougar Custom Engine Chain, and JL and racecougar Bracing.
Black '97 Tbird Limited Edition, '02 4R70W, 255 walbro, PST DS, PBR Brakes&SS lines, Toicko Blues & Springs, GrogTune.
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