AWS conduit clips. Tiny things, but very visible on the LH running plate valence and on the RH lower cab valence. No drawings for these but easy enough to estimate the size from photos. My guess is that the conduit was about 1" in diameter and 0.6mm wire is near enough. The clips are not too difficult to make and we need 10 of them. Goes like this... Brass shim annealed, for reasons that become clear later. No idea how thick, it was in the scraps box and seemed about right. Shim is cleaned up and tinned lightly. Strips 1.4mm wide are cut from the shim and flattened. The strips are folded over a length of 0.6mm brass wire, tinned side inwards... ...and clamped carefully hard up to the wire in a toolmaker's clamp. Annealing helps to eliminate the springiness of the shim stock and gives a very tight bend without much effort. You end up with a lot of these. The tinned surfaces of the clips are soldered together with a zap from the RSU. That stiffens them somewhat. The screw heads are represented by putting rivets in freehand with the trusty GW rivet press. Well they're very similar if not identical. The screw heads are surprisingly prominent on the prototype and riveting hard through two layers of annealed shim does squish plenty of material into the riveting anvil to form a decent sized impression. Cut to length with snips and tidied up. Started off with plenty to spare. Scrapped a few in the process. Ended up with only 11. Hoping therefore that more than one doesn't go to live on the floor, not much chance of finding that again.