OK I have done a search here and also GOOGLE but I do not really see what I'm looking for. I would like to build a Churchill Bridge Layer during WWII. I am looking at the Airfix 1/76 kit. It looks like the bridge itself is similar to a WWII version and if I change the tread ways by making them a little narrower and using a lattice type surface rather than what the kit supplies and put it on a type III or IV Churchill I would be fine. The kit as is depicts a Korea era vehicle. If I made the changes mentioned above what time frame and theaters of WWII would be acceptable? I cannot find anything that would date the version I am proposing? I do not know if there is anything currently available in 1/35? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
In the early 1980's when Tamiya released the Chuchill Mk VII the British Magazine, Military Modelling, had an article with the vehicle you are interested in.
The article included scale drawings of the bridge.
I cannot remember the issue number, or the author- and around 20 years ago I loaned it to someone who never returned it.
Maybe someone here has it- but I think that would help you a lot.
Cool Subject! Good luck with it.