Handling was widely criticized, and I can offer two clues. One was my visit to the H1 chassis line in 1972, where I saw one side of the steel frame completed, then flipped it over and saw the other side welded in place. Normally, welds are made on alternating sides, to zero out heat distortion. Another was that when I disassembled a rear damper, I found that its top O-ring had, during assembly, flipped to assume a D-shape. That damper pumped out all its oil in a few strokes. But in those days suspension was as mysterious as existence, so almost nobody removed the springs to check for equal damping.