-Kiha 58 series run-up to HO starter set!
-We will commercialize the Kiha 58 series diesel car starter set recommended for those who want to start HO gauge.
-In the 1960s, the Kiha 58 series, which built a period, centering on express trains in non-electrified sections, has appeared as a HO starter set.
-It consists of two cars, Kiha 58 and Kiha 28, so you can enjoy driving with short trains immediately.
-This is a perfect set for those who want to try HO, but there was no set that can be played easily.
-If you want to reproduce your favorite organization, we recommend the combination with various 1-601 to 605 Kiha 58 series that will be reproduced at the same time.
-Endless track plan based on R610 (layout size: 2306 x 1262mm) is a content that allows you to enjoy full-fledged train travel in a limited space, combined with a single (HO) unitrack track and various related products So you can fully enjoy the development of various track plans.
-Adopts (HO) unitrack track that realizes real appearance, stable running performance, and high durability.
-Kiha 58 series is the same product configuration as 1-601 Kiha 58 and 1-604 Kiha 28, and the car number is printed and set. Standard SX] and [AC adapter for HO] are used. Stable driving from slow to high speeds is possible.
[Set configuration of track]
・ Straight track S246 × 6
・ Feeder track S246F × 1
・ Straight line S123 × 1
・ Relarer track S123RE × 1
・ Curved track R610-22.5 ° × 16
-A quick start guide is indispensable for enjoying the HO gauge.
-Includes sticker and lettering sheet for Kiha58 series.
-Comes with a relayer that can easily put the vehicle on the track.
Kiha 58-417 (M) + Kiha 28-2365
-Kiha 58 417 (M)
-Kiha 28 2365
-Light switch driver
-Type display sticker
-Quick start guide
[Related optional parts]
-7-504 LED indoor light clear for HO gauge
-1-601 Kiha 58 (M)
-1-603 Kiha 58
-1-604 Kiha 28
-1-605 Kiha 65
-22-102 Sound box (sound card sold separately)
-22-202-6 Sound Card <Kiha 58 Series>
[Real car guide]
-An express train that has been active in various parts of the country except Hokkaido since the latter half of the Showa 30s. Even in the Heisei period after the national railway division privatization, it has been widely used from express trains to ordinary trains.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )