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The second batch of cars build by Pullman, this with the baggage compartment, had square marker light boxes.
In fact, this was not so hard to make. I simply make the round light boxes square with model filler.
There is no danger, because if you fail, you can remove filler with a metal brush and start again.
Normally, front and rear marker light boxes were the same so you need to make the same operation on the front.
Except for one car : 72 had once a severe front collison (http://www.davesrailpix.com/irr/jpg/irr82.jpg) and was later rebuilt with round light boxes in the front. So I decided to make the
(Update : in fact the car with round marker light boxes at front and square boxes at rear end was car 78 ...)
But I made another change : Sometimes, IRR Highspeeds run without the big headlight, who was removable.
Specially in MU operations as a second or third car, or sometimes in daylight runs.
On the die cast shell, I removed the headlight with a drill, and after some care with filler and sandpaper and a coat of primer, the future Indiana Railroad