In our games we like to have small details on the gaming board. Some furniture in the ruins, a piano in the streets, a couple of pigs running about or whatnot. A couple of civilian cars parked by a house is always nice.
I bought these and a couple of other cars a while ago from Oxford Diecast. They’ve got a lot of very nice cars, trucks, buses and even some military vehicles, from the twenties to now.
They are pre-painted with a very shiny finish, so the only thing I did was to give them a couple of coats of Vallejo Satin Varnish, and a black wash for the radiator of the Morris.
Minimum fuss and very nice ‘details’ on the battlefield, be it France 1940 or NWE 1944-45. Highly recommended.
A 1/72 nun showing off the Bishop's new wheels…
A Morris Eight Saloon Green & Black and a Standard Fly 12 Maroon