Here is some front end geometry data gathered from old service books:

Total Caster in Degrees:
1925-26 Star "F" 3
1926-27 Star "R" 3
1926-28 Star "M" 1
1928-29 Durant M-2, M-4, 40, 55, 60, 63, 65, 66, 70, 75 1
1930-31 Durant 612, 614, 619, 610 1 ½
1930-31 Durant 617 1
1931-32 DeVaux 6-75, 6-80 1 ½

Wheel Camber in Degrees:
1925-28 Star "F". "M","R" 2
1928-29 Durant "M-2","M-4", 40, 55, 60, 63, 66, 65, 70, 75 2
1930-31 Durant 612, 614, 619, 610 1 ¼
1930-31 Durant 617 2
1931-32 DeVaux 6-75, 6-80 1 ¼

Wheel Camber in Inches:
1925 Star "F" ½
1925-27 Star "F", "M", "R" 1/64
1928-29 Durant 55, 65, 60, 63,66 5/8
1929 Durant 40 1
1928-29 Durant 70, 75 1 1/16
1930-31 Durant 610, 612, 614,619 3/8
1930-31 Durant 617 21/32
1931-32 DeVaux 6-75, 6-80 3/8

Toe In or Gather in Inches:
1925-28 Star "F", "M", "R" 1/16
1928-29 Durant 40, 55, 60, 63, 65, 66, 70, 75 1/8
1930-31 Durant 610, 612, 614, 617,619 1/16-3/16
1931-32 DeVaux 6-75, 6-80 1/16-3/16
We have no Canadian listings, but can safely assume that the Canadian Durants and Frontenacs have the same spec's as similar U.S. Models.

Toe, Caster & Camber Defininations

http://www.yokohamatire.com/utmeasures.asp

http://www.stockcarracing.com/tipstricks/31519/