I've completed the body for my variant DZ wagon.
This is the wagon (1412 if you're a DZ spotter) which has been given a Boston Lodge makeover and many new bits including removable ends, a different type of pillar between the doors, new vacuum pipe placement and a replacement hand brake operating device. And those are just the differences I've noticed!.
You'll see there is quite a lot of white styrene on this model which is because it's not really possible to cast some of the new parts in an open-back mould, and my resin casting skills haven't advanced as far as two- part moulds yet.
That is why I'm building this as a one off for Bron Hebog and will confine kit production to the 'standard' DZ (as if there was such a thing....) the component parts of which can be cast without having to add bits on by hand afterwards.
You might also notice that there are a couple of 'wee dangly bits' missing, and not the same ones on each side either.
This is just another example of how the FR / WHR delights in keeping us modellers on our toes.