BLW is one of the few companies that produced some of the interesting wide frame CONOCO tank cars, in this case concerning the second WF series. Their On3 models are excellent, but the HOn3 versions lack correct lettering. Following the excellent photo in NG Pictorial Vol. IV on page 137, I have changed the lettering. I used MEK for removing the old decals, then used simple spray can glossy black for repainting. I made sure to use enamel, not acrylic paint as the latter does not go well with Micro-sol. Or rather, it does not allow later corrections. Thinfilm has excellent decals for this purpose, HOn3 #130. The large logo letters need to be spread out more, so each letter needs to be applied separately. At the end, a coat of clear satin enamel - again from a spray can in my case - provided the necessary protective finish. The pictures show newly lettered CONX 44 and comparisons with CONX 43 in original decoration. In comparison the following changes are necessary: The large CONOCO lettering needs to be lowered a bit. If that were the only inaccuracy, I would not have bothered. Rather, the lettering on both sides of the bold name is what is way off. On the left, the number panel is way too low. For the correction, the decal needs a double cut at the top between the X and the number. On the right hand side, the original model comes with a completely wrong lettering panel that is way too long. There should be no writing above the hand rail in the first place. On the fronts, the lettering would be OK, but on one side it was slanted. So I replaced that as well. The same decal size is good for the frame number as well. The one on the model is too small. I applied the number separately in order to allow for a slightly larger distance between the C.O.N.X. part and the number, thus trying to get even a bit closer to the original photo. Thinfilm also provides a selection of letterings for the other small panels found on the photo. Apparently, there was more variation on those. Thus a second picture of CONX 44 in the same book on page 140 lacks the center lettering on the frame. It's the other side of the car, and taken at a different date. So it's not clear whether the lettering was the same on both sides at a given date. I'll change the second car at a later date. For the time being, I like the idea of having a direct comparison to see the improvements.