Oh it might bolt on to the hinges but that's it. Everything else will not line up correctly.I have a interchange manual. Yep says it wont fit. I thought for sure it would bolt right on.
The book is a aftermarket book published by MBI. I always wondered how accurate it is? In other words do I trust it???
I decided to go with dual quads on a tunnel ram and I’m looking for an old beater hood that I can cut up, looking more and more like I’ll just have to bite the bullet and spend 800 bucks on fiberglass.(yes, I’m keeping the ADon't like the A12 hood that's on there? (assuming you're talking about the car in your profile pic)
Belv/Sat/RR hood would bolt on, "fit" the cowl, and run parallel along the fenders -...but latches probably wouldn't align and I'd expect some crashing/big gaps at the grille. Coronets have upward fender and hood contour at the front that others don't; '69 is pretty subtle. Even a '68 Coronet hood isn't going to be "right" at the grille for a '69 - '69 grille shape is a one and done.
Unfortunately I don't have something for you - I'm only 10 miles or so away. You're just looking to go to a flat hood? Maybe check Classy Chassis on 53 by Drugan's? Elmers?
If you want, hold on to your money for now, and I have a '69 Roadrunner/GTX Sport hood that some previous owner already cut a big hole in right between the fresh air ports. You can experiment with it if you want. You could finalize a template with it, if nothing else. If you can wait a few weeks, I can probably get you a steel '69 coronet hood for about a couple hundred. I'll send you a PM with my phone....old beater hood that I can cut up...