Yes, that's a little more weight on the front than I'd expect. Both cars should be able to knock off at least another couple tenths from their 60's.
Go to pages 17 and 18 of my blog and you'll see what you have to do as far as weight distribution is concerned:
With the torsion bar front end, it's relatively easy to make some beneficial changes. Go to a high RATE torsion bar at the right front and a low rate at the left front. Check out the effects with the traction dyno. (See blog.)
The distance that any component needs to be moved to the rear, to accomplish a desired change in rear weight percentage, is determined by the following:
distance = LWD/M
where "L" is the wheelbase, "W" is the total weight, "D" is the difference between the desired fraction of weight on the rear and the present fraction, and "M" is the weight of the item being moved.
(Ed, my name is spelled with one "p." With two, I become a place where they sell overpriced antiques.)