The Parkside chassis are of a different design than the Slaters one described recently. The solebar and axleguard are in one piece, just needing the pinpoint bearing and springs to be assembled before the complete solebar is attached to the body. Again it is important that all is kept square. Checking as you assemble each piece before the adhesive, in my case MEK, fully dries.
The lower picture shows one side of the chassis partly built. The right side is completed whilst the left hand has only had the pinpoint bearing inserted.
It can be useful to drill out the hole of the 'V' hanger so cross wire can be inserted if this type of brake system is needed.
All that needs to be done is the other spring needs glueing in place and the side and axles attached to the wagon floor.
The painted body, by the way, has transfers from 3SMR, maybe they are not the correct ones-but if John Sutton does it then it's good enough for me!Plus, half of it will be covered up by a tarpaulin!