Not an excuse for a wiggly chassis. There were also reports that the top didn't block out sound very well at highway speeds, which is fairly important for a cruiser. Trust me, I have nothing wrong with a cruiser. The Chrysler 200 can use the same excuse- the interior is now acceptable, it has a folding hard top, and its affordable. Still not where it should be, which will hopefully fixed in the next-gen when Chrysler actually has money to work with.
Speaking of these, I saw a 1974 Eldorado convertible today, it was in line behind me at the car wash, same color scheme as this one:
A hundred dollars on your hair, fifty on your nails, fifty on make-up, two hundred dollars for an outfit. You ladies spend four hundred dollars to bring home a thug that ain't worth ten cents!