Had the alignment on my 87 T-Bird checked today and the readings the Shop gave me are wacky and the reason they gave me for these values was the ball joints were bad and they wanted $450 to do the repair.

Readings were:
Camber L = -4.2 deg Cross Camber = -7.2 deg Camber R = +3.0 deg
Caster L = +2.1 deg Cross Caster = +0.5 deg Caster R = +1.6 deg
Toe L = +1.55 deg Cross Toe = +1.28 deg Toe R = -0.27 deg

The last alignment readings from a different Shop were:
Camber L = -1.6 deg Cross Camber = +0.4 deg Camber R = -2.0 deg
Caster L = +0.6 deg Cross Caster = +0.1 deg Caster R = +0.5 deg
Toe L = -0.39 deg Cross Toe = -0.81 deg Toe R = -0.41 deg

On the right front Camber I don't even think it is possible to get a +3.0 deg reading without having the car damaged in some way. Reason for the recheck was new front springs were installed and the car was pulling to the left slightly. The new springs did raise the front end a little. I'm not worried about the Camber reading because I don't believe those are accurate. My question is going by the Toe readings from today would those readings result in the car to pulling to the left? As for possible bad ball joints I'll check them myself before relying on what this Shop said.