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Arlen Ness RIP #769017
03/23/19 10:50 pm
03/23/19 10:50 pm
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The industry has lots another great one. God Speed Arlen

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Re: Arlen Ness RIP [Re: bodine031] #769670
03/31/19 1:17 am
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I will say this, at least HIS creations were bikes that actually be ridden and enjoyed.

So many custom "bikes" these days can't take a curve, and/or would throw you off if you went over a bump at anything over 5 MPH.

I have to say I liked about half of his stuff, and the other half just wasn't for me. These days, customizers have stopped putting together stuff I like almost altogether.


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