I thought my saw horses were unlevel, so I compensated with a block under the front starboard side while the boat is upside down. Stem was straight then!
Putting a level under the boat about 4 feet from the stem, you can see the starboard outwhale will be about 1 inch below the port outwhale.
After realizing my error, and having stem, stern, and one run of gluing down the strake rabbeted gaps, should I attempt to twist her or is it definitely too late?
IOW's, the next step (after one more glu run down the strakes) is gluing the fiberglass cloth inside. I don't think anyone will notice, but I'd like to correct it if I can.