A bit of a mess, Peter
Anyway, you can build the Bulgarian version from 35006 too.
You’ll need to scratch build the suspension covers circled in red bellow:
Not a difficult task- I did it in my first Ansaldo build.
There are some other small modifications too, but I’ll send you a pic where each of them is marked.
AFAIR, with the 35125 sprue Bronco corrected a mistake they made in 35006- the visor on the driver side is located closer to the front(see 35125 boxart), not centrally like the visor on the commander side.
If I recognize the long pole like thing correctly, you won’t need it- it is the tripod of the Breda MG(stored above the engine deck on 35125 boxart).
Bulgarian Ansaldo’s were ordered without armament and received the standard issue Schwarzlose MG(side note- that wasn’t a clever decision, because the Schwarzlose is water cooled thus hard to service without leaving the vehicle).
So nothing to worry about.
The tiny CV3/33 is worth the effort- here a colorized picture of a Bulgarian Ansaldo during September 1940’s retake of South Dobruja following the Treaty of Craiova:
Oh, and if you want to add a figure- MiniArt do offer a Hungarian Tank Crew set(#35175) with figures wearing the same Italian tank suit, that Bulgarian tankers wore too.
I used one of these-painted by my usual service provider- in my second Ansaldo build: