-The Meitetsu 7700 series was introduced in 1973 as a branch line limited express for the 7000 series panorama car. It has a single door and continuous windows that are common with the panorama car, but the front is a penetration type.
-4-car fixed formation and 2-car fixed formation appeared, but in 1991 all formations were made into white belts for exclusive use of limited express and 2-car fixed formation.
-The intermediate car that was out of formation was incorporated into the 7000 series panorama car and played an active role.
-After retiring from limited express operation, Scarlet was once again in color and he played an active role mainly on the Mikawa Line until retirement.
-Commercialized the figure of the later years that was active in the Mikawa Line etc. with a two-car fixed formation
-Making or removing the window on the wife side
-Vehicle number and M logo mark printed
-The type and destination display can be selected from the attached stickers
-Cooler, train radio antenna, ventilator already installed, fuse box, lightning arrester integrated sculpture expression
-Headlights (light bulb color) and tail lights (red) light up while driving
-Swing drawbars (supplied with the additional set) included to connect top cars can be replaced
-Coreless motor power unit with flywheel installed (No.30354 ・ 30356)
* Some specifications may differ from the actual vehicle.
[Product set composition (organization diagram)]
← Toyohashi Meitetsu Gifu →
7701 + 7702 (M)
-GM interior lighting unit (narrow width, white) (No.8461: 2 pieces / 8462: 4 pieces)
[Major related product information on sale from GREENMAX]
-No.30274-30277 Meitetsu 5300/5700 series
-No.30505 / 30506 Meitetsu 6500 series 5th car
-No.30503 ・ 30504 Meitetsu 6800 series primary car
-No.30213 Meitetsu 1000 series Panorama super
[Vehicles traveling on the same route (example)]
-Meitetsu 7000 series panoramic car
-Meitetsu 5500 series
-Meitetsu 6500/6800 series
-Meitetsu 5300/5700 series
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )