I'm slowly working on putting together a collection of Huron and Eastern diesels. So far, I haven't been extremely particular, taking in stride the inaccuracies in manufacturers' offerings. As an example, I haven't gotten too excited about substitution of a GP38-2 for a GP38. My dilemma is this: This engine is for sale on ebay and will probably sell at a fairly reasonable price: HO Scale Atlas Genesee & Wyoming GP-38 Locomotive | eBay I am considering using my Alps printer to do a minor rework on the decal job to represent this one: HESR 2026 (rrpicturearchives.net) One of the most glaring differences is the prototype's lack of number boards on the B end, but I am sure there are others. The prototype HESR 2026 started life as a GP40, but was downgraded to a GP38ac somwhere along the line. Not being familiar with the fine points of diesel detailing, I'm wondering if this could be reasonable representation of the prototype, or would it be better to pass?