When Hojack Yards restaurant (later Loose Caboose) was being built in Webster, several NYC cabooses were purchased for the project. One was torched by vandals and was never used. The burnt out wreck sat in the bushes until a dedicated fan arranged to purchase it.
Since the original body was deemed too far gone, the new owner photographed and measured everything, preserved some parts, then used a chain saw to take everything to frame level. The trucks, frame, steps, etc were trucked to his home near Hannibal, where he built a new body for it. So it's not only the trucks that are original, but the frame etc as well.
It's not 100% accurate as a perfect NYC restoration but he preserved a caboose which certainly seemed a candidate for scrap so IMHO, good job!
Sadly from a preservation standpoint, a couple other NYC cabooses were scrapped. They had a D&H and a CV caboose as well. If I recall, only one NYC and the CV remain.