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 How are 1/72 Deagostini tanks? 
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Post How are 1/72 Deagostini tanks?
Hi

I am not a picky collector and doesn't have only Dragon or hobby master in my collection. I have quite a few easy model or Altaya like tanks which please me. But I don't like Eaglemoss, that's really too crappy looking.
DeAgostini has quite a few tanks not made by other brands.
Just wondering what you guys think.

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pat


Sat Mar 23, 2019 9:44 am
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I think they're pretty much the same as Altaya and IXO. Diecast metal, nicer than Eaglemoss.

Easy Model have nicer paint and finishes overall.


Mon Mar 25, 2019 9:06 am
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When you get down to small sizes like 1/72 in planes, clunky metal molding and seams tend to be more distracting and much less crisp than plastic. I had quite a few Easy Model 1/72 planes and most were quite nice and not so expensive.

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