I got the answers to the questions above on another forum..the answers are "yes" and "SD33-ECO"
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I made a change that we have debated here in this forum before:
Previously, I had all four of the tunnel motors listed as SD40T-2 on the roster, even though one had been re-classed as a SD40-2.
I had the SD45's listed as SD45's, even though NYSW had re-classed them as SD45-2's.
And I had the SD40 listed as a SD40, even though NYSW had re-classed it as a SD40-2.
My logic was that carbody trumps reclassification, especially when a Tunnel Motor body is so distinctive, and there is a clear difference between an as-built SD45 and an as-built SD45-2..It made more sense to me to keep the original classifications..
However, with the arrival of the SD33-ECO's, that is no longer possible!
There is no way listing a SD33-ECO as a SD40T-2 can be justified..the gray area is gone!
The transformation is too large..So I made the change and am now listing ALL the units as NYSW has them classified, and recording their original as-built model designations and carbodies in the notes..