The final drive differential bolts are NOT a good thing to have backing out. If you have a LSD, you have to worry about this. If you have an open differential (pegleg, heh) then that is so infrequent that it isn't a concern.
Most all 325s do NOT have LSD's but it was an option. If you've ever done a burnout and had only one wheel spin isntead of both, you don't have an LSD (or your LSD clutches are worn to hell)
Check the CV's & re-seat the e-brake
To re-seat the e-brake, put the car in gear in reverse and back up, keeping the engine at about 1k rpm (just barly any throttle), then pull the e-brake firmly to re-seat the shoes. It dosn't take much, but you need to pull it up well enough to where it would stall the engine if you weren't giving it that tiny extra bit of throttle. Just 1 second's worth is good enough.