Fantastic built!!! If I remember right, supply air line is left hand side and controll air line is right hand side (passengers side)? In Europe supply always is right hand side and red colored. Control air line always is left and yellow. The two electrical lines and the ABS line are black. Hazmat trucks also have an additional black electric line with red markers for emergency system stop and so on.
Thanks guys! Martin, thanks for the info about air/electrical line colours in Europe. Always interesting to learn the little differences. Green is quite common nowadays for the trailer electrical cord over here, air lines are still red and blue. I believe that some trailers have a second yellow electrical cord for ABS but I am not 100% certain about that.
Last of the "fiddly bits" finally done, once hood was installed stop cables made using black thread. Craft wire coiled to make spring, HO scale diesel locomotive lift rings (formed wire eye bolts) used for attachment points to rad & hood:
Hood latches also required, "nose job" to shorter BBC removed them however kit parts molded to hood are so shallow paint would have obscured them anyway. Styrene strip and short piece of .020 brass wire used to make replacements. Wire left extra long & cab drilled so latch is pinned in place, otherwise miniscule glue joint would have been too weak:
Air line dummies, worklight and grease for the fifth wheel! (Dummies not in use because a trailer is pending )