--Initial trolley pole specifications used from the time of entry until around 1966 (featuring a one-spring trolley pole and a low underframe) Body color: Black is modeled.
-Unlike the Bugel specification, the initial specification does not have a drawstring hole and a horn hole near the front and rear windows, and this figure is faithfully reproduced.
-In addition, the horn installed near the headlight is also a separate part, and you can reproduce the age when it was active in combination with the attached instant lettering.
――The 2-axis drive power unit that uses a double-axis motor demonstrates stable running performance from low speeds and can also be towed.
--Example: Plastic freight car / passenger car (when the vehicle weight is about 40g) Maximum 4 cars Propulsion running 3 cars
* Depends on the vehicle to be towed and the environment.
* The photo shows each part and the lettering attached.
--Painted finished product (Some parts require installation work)
--Body length: Approximately 47mm (excluding coupler)
--Body width: Approximately 27mm
--Body height: Approximately 40mm (excluding trolley pedestal)
--Body: Made of plastic
--Motor: DC dual-axis motor (rated voltage: 6V)
--Adopting a new power unit with 2-axis drive
--IMON coupler HO101
--Marked Instant Lettering
--Dummy headlight B x 3
--Light mounting hole closing parts x 3
--Light lens x 4
--Tail light A x 2
--Tail light B x 2
--Handrail x 4
--Liberation Teco + Teco Receiving x 2
--Releasing lever * × 2
--Sand box lid * × 6
--Horn x 2
* Marks are upgrade parts for advanced users
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )