Another example that can be used is the Southern Bogie Van.
Fairly accurate in side moulding, it is somwhat wide. The plank gaps are embosed rather than depressed-but- as a quick conversion it captures the prototype well.
There are various articles in Mixed Traffic to put right the width issues and I suppose it would convert into other types of van.
This one, and its sister Maroon example has been fitted with kitmaster bogies-No the purists cry! But it uses up unused parts and keeps the cost down- plus you cant tell when it's moving. At Weymouth today and tomorrow playing trains with 'Hennock'.