Thanks for the input. At least I am not alone. I am pretty bummed out that I can't drive my car.
I am reading a lot about pinion angle and I am still working changes to see what happens. While the rear is on the ground (not hanging) I am sure that you need to ensure that the transmission angle and the rearend pinion are parallel. Then you have to ensure that the pinion angle, the angle between the drive shaft and the pinion yoke is less than 3*. I am still fighting it and I ain't giving up.
The new Moser rearend uses the larger 1530 u-joints and they fit perfectly. I have new rims and tires too so that's not the problem.
What I really need to know and can't find is what is the stock angle of the transmission output shaft on a 69' camaro.
I will keep you informed.