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If you can get the artwork done, then you just apply a distressed filter in Photoshop (or other graphics program) to scratch out bits of the graphic. Fade the colours a bit (again, easy in a graphics program) if you want the ink to look a little age faded. Final step is to get it printed on a DTG printer. Commercially these images would be screenprinted, but for a one off that would be far too expensive. DTG will give you the next best thing - it'll still be soft, and should still be a nice vintage result like you're after.

Whoever you had in mind when you said you could probably get this done should have no problem doing the extra modifications to make the image look distressed.
 
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