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  1. Amazing, guys. Thank you so much for all of this information. It really helps color this thing a lot more for me. Like, seriously. To be honest, I have no idea whether I could find out whether Linares had one of these cars, though I imagine it's not out of the realm of possibility, especially considering his status as a baseball magnate on the island. But yeah, there aren't any books about the man that I know of, just mentions of him in some books about baseball in Cuba (and even those are hard to come by). Now, on the notion of being even more off-topic and obscure, mi
  2. Could very well be, Spinneyhill. Good call.
  3. Holy balls, I love this forum. Thanks so much for all of the great answers, everybody. Seriously. Martin, I do paint things directly from photographs - mostly from single images, but sometimes I have to combine many sources to make one original image. For the most part I stick to baseball. C Carl, your information is SO helpful and appreciated. It's always super important for me to know as much context about what I'm painting in order to somehow imbue it into the picture (even if it's something intangible). Unfortunately, I'm not able to get my hands on any of the Latin
  4. Thank you so much for all of your kind words, everybody! And I very much appreciate your suggestions. Is it safe to say that there might have not been any difference between any of the cars (or Packards, in this case) that would have been in Cuba during that period? In other words, it's not impossible that some of the models would have been older ones, what with the nature of island travel in those days? I have no idea, but am just throwing out some random thoughts. Either way, I'll see if I can make the roof a bit more on the tan side. The value of whatever color it is
  5. Hey all, I'm totally new to the forums, and was hoping that I might be able to get a little help with a strange question. By day (and let's face it, by night), I'm a painter who focuses on historical baseball subject matter. Much like car enthusiasts, the folks who study the game have a love stretches back to its earliest days, and whenever its heroes or ballparks are depicted, they are scrutinized for their historical accuracy. As a result, I pride myself on being as meticulous as I can be with such details. Primarily, I work on commission, and a while back
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