My car is a 1983 Mitsubishi Tredia, front-wheel drive, right-hand drive, manual transmission. When I turn left at moderate speed, the car makes a grating sound, lasting about half a second. It seems to come front the front end, on the right-hand side. After straightening, it clunks again but less loudly (as if correcting whatever went wrong when turning).
It's not a rotational sound, which is why I don't think it's a CV joint -- sounds more like a suspension-related issue. To clarify, this sound doesn't occur when I turn at low speed, or with stationary wheels. It also doesn't happen when going over bumps, as long as the wheels are straight, but if I go over a bump when the wheel is turned left, then it's extra loud (this happens when turning into my driveway).
I've just replace the suspension bushings, and this didn't fix the issue. The CV joints are relatively new (about 3 years old). The car is well-maintained. Could it be something to do with the strut mounts? Any other ideas?