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Kato 10-1128 JR 485-300 Series EMU 6 Car Powered Set

K10-1128
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Brand: Kato
Part Number: 10-1128
Scale / Type: N Scale
Our Code: K10-1128

10-1128 485 series 300 series 6 cars basic set Express train 485 series representing JNR. The 485 series that can run 50/60 Hz for alternating current was developed in 1968 (1968), with the 481 series direct current limited express train that appeared in 1964 (1964) as the forerunner, from Hokkaido to Kyushu, excluding Shikoku It has greatly contributed to interregional transportation throughout the country. The style of the leading car khaha 481 began with the bonnet shape, passed through the front penetrating form 200s, and became a style that was completed in the non-penetrating 300s and was popular as the face of the JNR Express. The intermediate car Moha 484/485 · Saro 481 · Sashi 481 has changed the cooler type from 1972 (1972) and the style on the roof has changed significantly. Main features ? 485 series of limited express trains representing the JNR era. Reproduce the figure of the mid 1950s run through the whole country with cream and red body. ? Full renewal of the 485 series 300s in the heyday after the October 1977 diamond revision, which became an illustration head mark, is commercialized. ? The leading car Kuha 481 of the basic set reproduces the non-penetrating 300s, which was nicknamed the nickname "Electric kettle". ? Moha 484/485 · Saro 481 · Sashi 481 of the intermediate car reproduces the figure of AU13E (Moha 484 is AU71A) cooler mounted with the late-stage. ? The additional set includes two types of intermediate electric car Moh 484/485, and two types of initial form and late form called 200 series are set. ? The initial form is set with the mushroom type cooler AU12, and the late form with the Moha 484 centralized cooler AU71A, and the Moha 485 equipped with the distributed AU13E. ? In the basic set, you can combine the late form / early form and two additional sets to reproduce and enjoy various formations. ? The middle connection part of each car is equipped with a body-mounted KATO coupler close-in type as standard. ? The leading part of the leading car No. 300 Kuha 481 is a dummy coupler. Equipped with a detachable connector cover (cream color). ? The basic specifications can be enjoyed in conjunction with each other according to the (485-20) initial type "Thunderbird" set (Model No .: 10-241 / -242). ? Set the 4 types of illustrations "Hibari", "Hitachi", "Swan" and "Shirasagi" to the train mark conversion device of the top car 300 series. ? The basic set includes stickers for the full formation (side direction curtain, car number). ? The single Kuha 481 100 is a bonnet-style top car. Commercialized the 100 series with enhanced output of motor generator (MG). ? By replacing the top car of the basic set, you can enjoy composing the organization with various expressions unique to the 485 series. ? Head mark "Hibari" (letter) has been installed. ? 485 series of limited express trains representing the Trainmark JNR. It is possible to run with both alternating current and direct current electrification methods, and the names of trains that played an active part in various parts of Japan from Hokkaido to Kyushu were various. Such a set that reproduces the train nickname nickname trainmark of each place that was raised in such a leading car. The train name used for the 485 series 300 series set and the Kuha 481 100 sold separately is the illustration train mark after the diamond revision of October of the National Railways era Showa 53 (1978) as a set of two for front and rear , 12 trains for # 11-324 train mark 485 series bonnet. 16 trains are recorded for # 11-325 train mark conversion device 485 series 300 series. ? For train mark 485 series bonnet (JNR · illustration) · Kuha 481 A train mark set that fits the top car of the bonnet type. · Selected 12 trains from the trains of each place, with illustration mark train mark adopted from the October 1959 diamond revision, 2 pieces each for 1 car. "Inaho" "Borumi" "Hokuetsu" "Hitachi" "Swan" "Karakoshi" "Shirasagi" "Hakutaka" "Ariake" "Ariake" "Nichirin" "Midori" ? For train mark conversion device 485 series 300 (JNR, An illustration) ? We can not attach to 485 series (# 10-391, # 4028) of old product. -Kuha 481 300 series Train mark set that fits the top non-penetrating car. · Selected 16 trains from the trains in various locations, with illustration marks for train marks adopted from the October 1959 diamond revision, and 2 pieces each for 1 car. (“Inaho” “Toriumi” “Yamabiko” “Hatsukari”) (“Tsubasa” “Yamabato” “Aizu” “Tazawa”) (“Kakoshi” “Shinjori” “Hokuetsu” “Hakutaka”) (” Ariake "Nichirin" "Kamome" "Midori") Optional option ? LED room light clear Part number: 11-211 ? LED room light clear (for 6 cars) Part number: 11-212 ? It can not be connected with the 485 series (# 10-391 / 10-392 / 4028) of the old product.

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