Here's two: one assembled, the other a kit of parts. The keen-eyed among you will notice a couple of design differences between this and the smaller one.
Ready to assemble...
Second (and more importantly) a two-wheeler has ONE ox, between TWO cartshafts. A four-wheeler has TWO oxen, with ONE shaft and a yoke.
Making a functional cartshaft isn't a problem - a length of plastic stock, with a slight upward curve at one end makes it.
What was more of a problem was attaching my existing cattle to the wagon! In the two-wheeler, the oxis removeable, so it can be used elsewhere. Try as I might I couldn't find an elegant but robust way of doing the same thing with two yoked oxen. I finally gave up and bought some more cattle from Irregular Miniatures. You can see them here.
So, here are both carts, assembled and primed.
And again, with a black ink wash applied. I'm leaving final assembly to another post, so...
Merry meet again!