Re: Hood Alignment Question ... Stuck
Tim, I had the exact same problem with the front of my 69. The nose needed to be moved to the passenger side about 1 inch. It wasn't that easy to move. The inner fenders, inner fender rear supports and the attachments of the fender to the fire wall and door jam make the fender very rigid when all the bolts are tight. I had to loosen all of those things and then still use a long rachet extention up through the radiator support holes to pry it over. I also found that the door gaps changed as the fenders tended to pivot at the fire wall mount even though the bolts were loose. I had to regap the fenders to the doors when I was done. I found the the driver side gap opened and the passenger side closed. Tape up your door edges, and the header to fender gap and go in small steps. Be carefull opening the doors until you are sure of the gap. Hope this helps.
Lemans Blue 69 X33D80