One of the benefits of larger scale models is the extra details that you can add. I'm always drawn to the detail on timber framing, so thought I'd see what was easily possible in either styrene or real timber. I like the stopped chamfering on external timber framing, so experimenting with my router table, styrene lost the battle due to the heat generated by the cutter, but not suprisingly timber behaved itself. Having got carried away with the router, my mind wandered to a suitable vehicle to continue my experiments on. I started inventing a brake van. Cutting out some 2mm MDF and chopping out some windows, door and rapidly assembled a body. Having got that far, I could prepare some framing. so machined some hardwood to size and cut the chamfers to suit. With a bit of Williams Models running gear. And some styrene ironwork and nut detail. Added some very nice G3 lamp brackets from Slaters.