I'm on a brief break midway through a 5-hour 'homework' stint this evening, so brief blurb first, then the balance of the pictures. You might enjoy the last one in particular.
These are Lledo model Ford 'Mack' trucks, widely used by British companies in the late 30s and used by the Army too in the war. Honestly I was hoping for proper 1/56 scale Bedford lorries, but these are a fraction of the price (about two quid each if you're canny) and do a good enough job.
(Plus the wheels move when you push them along saying 'brrrmm...')
They were very simply resprayed with rattlecan primer and black base coat before being hand painted.
Some have queried the small diameter of my circles, but a quick Google search will show a HUGE variety of sizes in original photo, and I wanted these to look a certain way.
Details are either decals (with thanks to a lovely chap called Brian over at Tabletopbattle.com who kindly sent me some ringed stars, gratis!) or hand-painted by me (like the '61' unit marking and the numbers on the doors and rear drop.
These are 'weathered' and muddied, but it doesn't really show up in these pics.
That last one was 'auto-awesomed' by Google for me. Thanks, Google. Awesome.