Nice one Phil, looks ww2 in its bw shape.
One thing and I know you want mind me saying so as I know you like accuracy.
The tow cables...
Experienced crews attached them diagonally in an X and not paralleled.
While towing on roads or at a longer distance when you needs to take curves this is a much better way as the towed tank will follow at the behind much better.
This can be seen in ww2 photos if you know vere to look.
Here are two examples (sorry blurry photos):
Also if you look at the well known photo from east of Villers Bocage when #222 is towing #231 the cable ends at #231 points inwards.
However towing in a straight line in order to get a hard bogged down tank up there are photos of parallel cables but then again, only while towing in a straight line.
Also rotate the turret so the KwK point away from the towing tank (as the Fiebel says) is for obvious reasons to be recommended.
So friends, after this please no more parallel tow cables but then you can always blame the crewâ€™s lack of experienceâ€¦