Originally Posted by T.Dot_E30
It's one of several bushings in the rear that can cause alignment issues. Camber is adjustable(slightly) stock. Usually people buy adjustable control arms to get more negative camber but if that is in fact your issue you can do that too. But unless it's over -2 by alot it shouldn't be an issue. Stock adjustment is normally (-1.3-2.0).
Rear toe can cause it also. Which is usually your trail arm bushing (rtab).
Thanks for the info. I will have to check the alignment print out to see how much it was out, but I don't think it was much passed -2.... hmmm... maybe it is the rear trailing arm bushings. Here are some pics of how low the car sits.