Those number look much better than I originally thought from your hand written picture in the first post. I thought that the front camber was -.8 on the left and +2.0 on the right. So, you really don't have that bad of numbers for the front camber (for a street car). You should however try to fix the caster.
If the T/C bushing are worn, then replace them. You can increase the caster with adjustable T/C rods, but don't get carried away. With stock control arms without a spherical bearing at the cross member connection, you will bind the control arm movement if you try to add too much caster. You could however get both sides equal and get about 4 degrees of caster.
Were these number taken with you in the car? Have you verified that the car sits level?
I always sit in the car while measuring the alignment. If you are in the car (left hand drive I assume) then the left front camber will become more negative.
If you don't verify that the car sits level before performing the alignment, then you are applying a band-aid where surgery may be required.
Edited by 74_5.0L_Z, 6 days ago.