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Mike DeTorrice
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Here is a scene I did years ago using some Castline/M2 Machines 1/64 cars and a vintage 1950's photograph taken in my hometown. A faded look and sepia tone was added to "age" the shot.

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Christopher Moroni
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Yep! That's pretty good; I can easily see how many could be fooled by this pic.... but geez Mike do you have to rub it in?  Cleverly adding the word "fools" on that corner store canopy really hurts. 😏 😏 😏 


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Ed Davis
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Very nice. What was your home town?

Ed Davis
Inverness, Illinois, USA


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Mike DeTorrice
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Posted by: @chris

Yep! That's pretty good; I can easily see how many could be fooled by this pic.... but geez Mike do you have to rub it in?  Cleverly adding the word "fools" on that corner store canopy really hurts. 😏 😏 😏 

Lol ! That "Foods" on the store canopy does look like "Fools", doesn't it ? Then, that would be the "Certified Fools" store. I hope no one I knew shopped there !

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Very nice. What was your home town?

Riverside, IL. Here is that same scene now days :

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