That's where the Birmingrad Motor Repair Facility Number 1 comes into play. The appended photographs shows the busy shop floor and five of the trucks. Three of them are destined for service in my Soviet tank corps; hence the tilts. One tilt I salvaged from a £shop toy. The other two tilts were made from plastic T-bar sections. Brown paper, liberally dosed with white glue, was fitted over the t-bars. The inverted truck has had its front axle housing rebuilt and will be a LOG job. The white vehicle needed a new roof: hurrah for plastic card!
Tilts fitted and paint work sanded down
I'm quite pleased with the way the tilts have turned out. Fitting wheels to the inverted truck is problematic but Soviet can-do will overcome. Or else.