I painted up the Tilly first. I was a little suprised at how small it is when I picked it out of the box. It is only 7.5cm long, 3.6 cm tall and 3.2cm wide. I am sure Warlord 's measurements are accurate for 28mm miniatures; it is easy to forget that the common vehicles of the 20's, 30's and 40's were quite small- nothing like the full size pick-up trucks we see from Dodge, Ford or GM today.
As this vehicle is left exposed to the elements, possibly abandoned, I painted it as such. I forgot that it was a resin kit when I ordered it so my plans to have a door open and the tarpaulin box cover ripped and shredded in spots were - like this pick-up- abandoned.
The card pieces at the top of the previous photo are the roof sections. I am not sure what the roofing of the actual hangar is. The best pictures I could find are below but the first gives no clue to the type of roofing.
The following picture is of a collapsed field hangar on the same island; it shows the roofing in big sheets but it is hard to tell what it is made of:
A couple of other pictures from the underside show that the trusses are obviously (to me anyway...) steel. I have some corrugated siding from Plastruct that I think I will glue onto the card- I think it would improve the roofing provided.