The picture above was my inspiration for the 1/48 Tamiya M8 Greyhound for my Bolt Action American army, based on the Road to Anzio army list from the rulebook. Below the pre-painted version:
and here's the painted version:
The backpacks are a mix of Bolt Action and Hobby boss packs (left overs from the Sherman).The Tamiya kit doesn't have decals that match any of the units active in the Northern Italy theatre, so I chose the one that had the most modest decal look - the yellow lettering you see on many Greyhounds were active in Northern France, so I stayed away from those.
The kit comes with the Colbert markings - pretty cool. You can see the yellow lettering on this shot as well. Too bad I couldn't use it.
Here's a picture of Brazilian soldiers in Northern Italy, who together with the 10th Mountain and the 92 Inf Div made the push in the spring offensive in 45. I couldn't make out much of this greyhound but it is an impressive shot:
I painted the inside of the kupola as well - light grey with dirt and soot - but you can't really see it in this shot:
Here's a link on the how to of the making of sandbags, handy in case you haven't done that yet.
This model is a wonderful kit to put together and the scale works perfectly with the Bolt Action models. The advantage is of course that these kits are much more detailed the the BA vehicles (and a lot cheaper!)