At it's heart this model differs from a simple solid one-piece ready to roll resin model because it is no longer solid or one-piece and because it now has a cab-interior - of sorts - and a windscreen! And it's the transparent windscreen that is the feature which helps bridge the gap between a wargame quality model and my other plastic multipart kits.
|I know...You can't really see the windscreens. Honest, they are there!|
Oh, the masking tape is so I don't get greasy fingerprints on my paintwork.
The Fordwerkes V3000 (G198TS) - built at Cologne and Berlin during the war - seem to have been built with a single/one-piece main windscreen, but the Finn's V3000s seem to have been American made versions which had a split windscreen [I believe that the V3000s built in Holland prior to the war had the split screen as well, so when you see a Wehrmacht V3000 with a split screen these are likely captured Dutch trucks].
|A real Finnish V3000.|
Next: Nearly there! Just the base and the re-weathering of the canvas tilt to do.