Well, I would say they are very different. I don't know how long Arlen Ness took, but I have 3 years of designing, modeling, tweaking and cursing on mineThe first major difference is that mine is integrated into the frame, so it won't turn with the wheel. As soon as I finish the painting, I publish some photos when it is installed. Thanks for having me Made discover that of Arlen NessTwo different-design ones, done someplace at a lower latitude than I am-at: 25.7 degrees north. My guess from the background.
Arlen Ness had ones of a similar profile. Narrow, with a lot of 'sweep-back,' for large round headlamps.
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Thanks desert_strike. Yes, what you say is very true, it is precisely for this reason that I have specified that I live (unfortunately) in Italy. Italians are like weeds: you can find them everywhereGlad you made that distinction because there are a lot of Italians living in the United States!
Yes. My ex-wife was a Bronx Italian. Her mother and father came from Naples after World War II.Thanks desert_strike. Yes, what you say is very true, it is precisely for this reason that I have specified that I live (unfortunately) in Italy. Italians are like weeds: you can find them everywhere