I accept honest critism. Everyone has different tastes, even though we all share a passion for the Bonnevilles.
I used to live in Waterloo Ontario. Driving year round there made it very hard to keep a clean engine bay. Tape wouldn't last a week before looking tacky.
I copied the red lines and the script of the OEM cover.
The beauty of red tape, is it lasts for a few years and is easy to take off and reapply.
My engine cover is so simple and because it is made from aluminum screen, weighs less than your chewing gum.
Hans, my friend, those little ricer wings are very important.
They serve three purposes.
First they create a downforce on the wipers when driving in the rain at ...cough...higher speeds.
Ya I know, that you know I will rarely use this feature.
Second, from inside the car looking out, you get a line of sight over them that adds to the adrenaline rush.
..and Third,...... the most important feature.
If a ricer should come into view as I'm coming up on his rear, he will look in his rear view mirror and see what he thinks are friendly Ricer wings of brotherhood.......
but then the next thing he will see are those Wings flapping waving him the Ricer salute
as I blow by him.
Yes Bill, I was really hanging from the light fixture.
Ohh. and I will remember to leave my engine cover at home so you guys don't have to look at it. Besides, it has to come off for the ice bags.