I have never seen a out of the box fiberglass hood that did fit.
I don't have hinges but I noticed that my hood is pushed up on one side by the fender so that it leaves a gap between the windshield and the hood. Spacers are a good idea. I just have to look at it and figure something out.408strokerdart said:I am in the process of fitting up my AAR, 6pak scoop, bolt on hood as we speak. Mine is going on a '67 Dart GT. I have had to make a spacer to go between the left side hinge and the hood due to the fact that the hinge mounting areas are so far off (3/16" from one side to the other). The hood was so close to the fender on the drivers side that it required the spacer and a pretty good deal of sanding to remove and straighten to match the fender. I ended up with a 1/4" gap at the rear of the hood to cowl and about 3/16" gap to each fender. The other problem that I have is the hood was 3/16" out of square after careful measurement and the hood is 1/8" to short on the passenger side (the bezel sticks out 1/8" further than the hood trim). Otherwise it was a breeze to install. Their gel coat is the best I have ever seen, but I would think for the $500 you could make one fit better.