Hello all, Bought a weathered Atlas U23B through eBay from a very nice fellow and got it today. Opening the box I found that the loco didn't make it through shipping in one piece. The horns on the top of the hood were broken off, as well as damage to the handrails and some other snapped off bits and pieces. I was able to glue the horn back in since it looked like the top had been drilled a bit wider for this particular one. The cutoff lever on the front pilot was also able to be put back together. But that still leaves me with two problems. 1: Handrails for the Atlas U23B are rarer than hen's teeth. I lack the skill (and the desire to pay someone else) to fabricate new handrails. 2: The loco has been glued a good bit in the past. The rear coupler box is glued to the body of the loco so the shell's not coming off at the back. On the front one of the clips that holds the shell to the chassis has been broken, so it kind of flops about. I'd like to get the shell off so I can A: oil the moving parts since it makes a racket, B: be able to install a decoder in the future, and C: install Kadee couplers. I'm not mad at the seller, since this was a loco he had purchased for a planned interchange on his layout that never materialized. I do feel that the condition of the loco (liberal gluing) and the transit damage justify a return, which I've asked for. Am I overreacting?