aimed at war gamers

February 18 2017 at 5:54 PM

Rob Gronovius  (Login rgronovius)
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Response to New Dragon 1/72

Italeri started this over ten years ago with their fast assembly kits approved by the Alzo Zero wargame club. Many of the kits designed by Italeri at this time came with a real undercarriage and a fast build with one for wargamers. They started with the M8, M20 Greyhound and ISU-122 and ISU-152. Many of the sets came with two kits, a fast and regular build.

War gamers aren't worried about accuracy or complicated builds, they want the numbers and approximate appearance to build their armies.

They are trying to increase sales by marketing to a wider audience.

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