I searched the Internet and my library and I found a lot of variation with WWII German wagons. Since HaT is now kind enough to produce such wagons, I will post some of the versions you can make, apart from the stock wagon.
Wagon painted in Panzer Grey,
Wagon painted in late war yellow,
Wagon painted in three tone camo,
Wagons with a spare wheel on the back,
Wagons without the spare wheel,
Wagons being towed by two dromedary camels,
Wagons with the canvas in camo colors,
Wagons with improvised wooden roofs over the back cargo area,
Wagons towed by teams of two, four, or six horses,
Wagons towed by horses that are all white teams, all black teams, all brown teams, or a mixture of horse colors,
Wagons with improvised seats for greater comfort,
Wagon towing a 37mm anti-tank gun behind it,
Wagons with buckets dangling from various parts, this is very common, probably to water the horses,
Wagons towed by oxen, mules, donkeys, horses large, medium and small, bactrian camels, ponies, and even troops, half tracks and trucks,
Wagons with the red cross on the side,
Wagons piled very high with hay for horses.
So there you have about thirty versions to build using your new HaT wagons! I am sure I missed a few too.
Mike "Bunkermeister" Creek
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