Dennis Reinero

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Dennis Reinero (October 15, 1943 - November 3, 2013) of Santa Cruz, California was also known as "The Great Reinero". Dennis was one of the first airbrush artists that was able to look at a picture and paint it on a t-shirt with perfect detail. Dennis was known world wide for his artistic talent's, and he became know as "The Great Reinero". Dennis loved hot rods and customs, and he loved to collect and design show cars. One of his pride and joys was "The Lavender Pearl", a 1956 Oldsmobile that Gene Winfield of Winfield's Custom Shop restyled for him in 1956.[1]



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