Folks - During the Hindsight 20/20 virtual RPM today, Jered Slusher led off with a presentation on X72 Boxcar Prototypes and Models. In it, he shared a photo of CR #229328 with tape around the perimeter of the door, with the stated purpose of keeping water out. As I spent some of the breaks searching for the latest "Where Is It," I came across two photos in the Archive of Frisco boxcars that appear to have the same treatment. http://frisco.org/mainline/wp-conte...s-City-Missouri-on-May-22-1979-Jim-Wilson.jpg http://frisco.org/mainline/wp-conte...-18894-at-Modesto-California-in-June-1969.jpg It seems to be a rather labor-intensive way of sealing leaky doors, but considering that the heyday of boxcars was past in the last 10-12 years of the Frisco's existence, perhaps it was more desirable than a full door replacement. Thoughts?