Thanks to everyone for the good info.
I plan on keeping it as original as possible.
I have the ball joints with control arms
I do plan on checking everything after I'm done and I will eventually take it for an alignment check if I can find a reputable place to take is to.
No polyurethane bushings, just what the car came with originally.
I haven't modded anything spectacular to the car yet, just polished heads, dual exhaust, mild cam.
I might do intake, 4V carb, headers, trac lok, and maybe power steering next year.
For now I just plan to enjoy it.
I do much of the work when I can, if I can.
I'm not a very trusting fellow she it comes to shops.
There are no more vintage car mechanics, the new guys are all looking for throttle body sensors, oxygen sensors, or places to plug in their diagnostic to see what codes come up (Really! In a 70's car? Babosos!).