Recently purchased, the moonlight blue 90, has a lot of history here. I took it in to one of the best SHO mechanic's I know, at the local Ford dealer, he was known here as SHO N GO (Chuck), for an alignment. He spent hours trying to get the 3 degrees of negative camber out of it, and was unsuccessful. He was able to align the rear, just not the front. How do I begin to deal with this? I just put new tires on the car and didn't realize just how agressive the alignment was setup. The car is setting on Tokico's and Intrax on all 4 corners, and has a nice smooth solid, not too harsh of a ride. Feels good. I looked at SHOSource and saw the Ingall's adjustable plates, but it only varies plus/minus 1 degree. Not sure if the tops of the strut tower have had the welds broken or not, kinda like 500 miles away from the car right now. I'll have to double check this when I return on Tuesday. Can this be solved with just a matter of breaking the welds on those top strut plates? Any other way of fixing this?