I drive a '65 Mustang with a complete Total Control Products coil over front suspension. It generally takes a good specialty shop to do an alignment on it. So my alignment process is this. First, with weight on the car, measure very exactly the distance between the ends of the upper and lower ball joint bolts. This accurately determines ride height. Put the car on jack stands, remove the front tires, put lug nuts back on and snug up brake disks, unhook the front antiroll bar, and lift one side of the front suspension to the ride height as measured between ball joint bolts. For caster, I made a short measuring stick to press against and between the upper and lower ball joint bolts , taking into account the different diameters of each bolt. I set my caster measuring stick against the bolts and parallel with the brake discs and use a digital angle gage to measure the caster angle. For camber, I measure the angle of the brake disc at ride height. For toe, I made two aluminum L shaped plates that are the same length as my tire diameter and clamp them to the brake discs. With both sides at ride height, I use two tape measures stretched equally tight, just like this article to set toe. The TCP setup is very adjustable, but every time you change one measure, like caster, the camber will also change. So its just a matter of adjusting things until all the angles are right where you want them. The first time I did this, I took the car to a good resto alignment shop. The specs came out just as I had set them.