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How about this one? Real or model?

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The answer: MODEL!

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Model. :D

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Model, yes, something about those shadows . . . hum . . . ;)

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I don't think it's rel so I have to go with model.... :P

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I say model.just somethin about the door lines.

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Model. :)

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model

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Model. Something's fishy about the rear quarters, and the wheel opening is wrong.

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Model. A 1/8 scale model, I suspect.

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Model! The wheels does not look real.

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I'm almost certain that it's not only a model, but that I know exactly which model it is - Partsworks magazine from the U.K. has an ultra-detailed 1/8 scale James Bond Aston Martin DB5 that they are selling to their subscribers on a monthly installment basis. Unfortunately, it isn't available here in the U.S. I know a guy down in Australia on another website who's doing a buildup pictorial on one.

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I'll go with model

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Door lines....model ?

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Model - Love the DB 5's. Classic Aston-Martin. Overal perspective just looks wrong. Background it to high. Makes it look like a very low angle shot of a very short subject. Kind of like you see of RC models. Of course, knowing Harry and his ablities with photoshop, he could easily have adjusted the background. Yes, he doesn't photoshop the model, but he has been known to play with the rest of the photo. :rolleyes:

Edited by Pete J.

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Gotta say model this time, the door lines just don't look quite right.

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I vote "Rel."

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I say real.

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It's a Model,if i'm wrong i'll be shocked!.

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A model. The background makes no since.

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model

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Going with model with this one. cause it looks like one to me.

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Rodel

Edited by Haubenschild

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Now this is a cool thread. I say model.

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I had to go with Model on it. Its what my gut told me right of the bat. But I may be wrong... :lol:

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I say Model, those Door Lines just don't look realistic. Otherwise it could be real, I think but it looks more like model, well built model for me. :rolleyes:

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