Well, let's not get carried away or anything. I didn't catch as to whether or not you had ever had the frame off. If so, the frame has holes that are punched from the factory and they are located next to the body bushing holes under the firewall. I took my old body hardware and stuck them into the dowl holes to align it and then proceeded to torque and tighten the body bushings. From there I had a little trouble putting on the front clip. The ENTIRE front clip is new and all GoodMark sheet metal. I didn't have to cut anything. It took about a week or two to get the doors and fenders lined up to suit my taste. Let us know if you ever had the frame off the car. If not, do you know if the car ever suffered from a fender bender?
1969, X-44, Export Model, Hugger Orange, Std. Int., BC Rear, PDB, GMPP 350HO, M22 Supercase, SSM Lift Bars, AirGap, Holley 750, FlowMaster American Thunder Exhaust, FlowTech Headers