When a kit is released I always build a display model which is usually made from the first set of castings that come out of the mould. It helps me identify how long the clean up will take and highlight any issues. Also it saves wastage. Here I'm building a 1/43rd scale Dodge 100 Comando which used the same BR Crew van as the Leyland Terrier I also produce. The parts are a mix of resin and 3d printed. All Chassis/Cab road vehicles follow the same basic design principal. That is a two part chassis with seperate springs, transmission and three part cab. The cabs are mated before finally packed to ensure they fit together correctly. 1st Pic shows the parts. The first stage is to join the chassis sections using Araldite. UHU RESIN MUST NOT BE USED ON ANY PART OF THE KIT. Then sundry items such as leaf springs etc. can be located using the holes provided. Some parts are best fitted after painting if wishing to pick out detail. In this case the wheels and transmission will not be black but coloured. 2nd pic. show's chassis. Then the two halves of the cab are fitted. Here the casting had failed so I patched it up with some Squadron Green filler and drilled out the floor pan to accept steering colom and gear stick. This is the 3rd pic. Once this is all dry it'll be primed and painted tomorrow.