Since this is such a bad kit right out of the box, you can find them pretty cheap. I have seen them on eBay for $2-3, but after shipping that still makes them $5-6. So, if you want one (which I don't recommend) pick one up cheap at a train show for $3-4.
Below is a real pic of a Chessie insulated
boxcar. There are
no all yellow boxcars, so I can't show you a pic that looks like
kit right out of the box. This is a Dean Heacock pic.
Where do I begin on what is wrong with the Bachmann kit??? Well for starters the markings are still wrong, even for an insulated boxcar. The Ches-C logo is way too big and too much in the middle of the car. The written out "Chessie System" logo is of the caboose variety ("Chessie" written with the Ches-C logo for the "C" and next to "System") not the freight car variety ("Chessie" written above "System", see photo above for example). The B&O letters and road number are way too small and too far towards the middle of the car. I also haven't seen a pic of an insulated boxcar with a roofwalk, but this car has one. All and all out of the box it is 50% or less accurate. I simply painted the ends and roof dark blue and weathered it heavily. This car can easily run in the middle of a train as is, or fill up a yard for a photo, but I wouldn't be posing it with my best locomotive for a picture.
You may just want to strip this car and start
when I did these cars I just wanted a stand in insulated
boxcar since I didn't have
any accurate ones completed.
It worked for me for a little while, but
I did finally strip this car and repaint it as
Chessie B&O all blue insulated boxcar 475014. I took the other Bachmann I had and
repainted it in the predecessor B&O
scheme as road number 475033.