-The Keio Series 5000 was manufactured 155 cars from 1963 (Showa 38) to 1969 (Showa 44).
-A 3-door long seat car equipped with a low window panoramic window, which is uncommon for private railway vehicles, and the paint wound a dark red line on an ivory ground.
-Having various cooling system variations is also a feature of this type.
-Withdrew from the main line in March 1996 and retired in December.
-Some of the vehicles were transferred to the regional railways because they were air-conditioned with 18-m class 3-door vehicles.
-The prototype of the product is the wide formation 7th or later.
-The body is integrally molded (unpainted), the front glass and the side glass are printed with silver.
-Rooftop equipment can be selected from three types of coolers and aerators for uncooled vehicles.
-Two types of power carriage frame (KH55 type / TS804) for coreless motor power unit and under floor equipment are included.
-Please do not use the dolly, power unit, pantograph, etc., so use optional items (see below).
-Stickers, vehicle marks and decals are not included.
※ There is a part that is different from the real car on modeling. Please note.
[Product set configuration (organization chart)]
← Shinjuku Keio Hachioji →
Kuha 5700 + Deha 5000 + Deha 5050 + Kuha 5750
[Major Related Products Information]
-GREENMAX railway color <C-28> ivory B, <C-1> red No. 2, <C-9> mouse No. 1, <C-40> clear coat (glossy), <C-44> clear coat (half Gloss)
-GREENMAX Railroad Spray <SP-28> Ivory B, <SP-1> Red No. 2, <C-9> Mouse No. 1, <SP-40> Clear Coat (Glossy), <SP-44> Clear Coat (half Gloss)
-GREENMAX railway spray long type <SPL-9> mouse No. 1, <SPL-40> clear coat (glossy), <SPL-44> clear coat (semiglossy)
-GREENMAX <5010-1> KH 55 type trolley
-GREENMAX <5713> Coreless motor power unit (18m class)
-GREENMAX <5032> TS804 dolly
-GREENMAX <5803> PT42N pantograph
-GREENMAX <5033> NA 321 Bogie
-GREENMAX <5610> Power unit KH55 type (gray) 18 m
-GREENMAX <5612> Power unit TS804 (gray) 18 m
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )