ATTN: COLDERONE, as per our discussion last night about your rear suspension. i notice you are doing an engine rebuild and other stuff. there is a quick and dirty way to solve your problem.
Im sure that my rear wheels angle are strange...what you think
get under the rear of your car and you will notice there is a camber adjustment on the lower strut rods, crank those adjustments in and the negative camber will dissapear and the toe will straghten out. you can use a level to get back to 0, just offset the level so you are not thrown off by the bulge at the bottom of the tire. this has to be done with the car on the ground with the suspension settled (roll in back and forth a couple of feet to settle the suspension). zero the bubble on the level and you will be back in spec. this is just the down and dirty cheap fix that save you from having to disassemble the whole rear suspension--it sounds like your plate is already full. this is a cheap fix i have used for 25 years--it works good.