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MicroAce releases for December 2007

MicroAce have announced their tentative new releases for December 2007 …

  • A2690 113-7000 series EC 8 car set (JR West refurbished type – white with beige window band & blue stripe)
  • A2693 113-7700 series EC 4 car set (JR West Obama line refurbished type – white with turquiose window band)
  • A2694 115-2000 series EC 4 car set (JR West refurbished type – white with beige window band & blue stripe)
  • A2750 KiHa38 DC 2 car set (white with red stripe)
  • A2751 KiHa38 DC 2 car set (old Kururi Line colour – cream with various blue stripes)
  • A2752 KiHa38 DC 2 car set (new Kururi Line colour – white with blue & green stripes)
  • A2760 MCR600 ‘type’ self-propelled snowplough (red – Echigo Yuzawa area)
  • A2761 MCR600 ‘type’ self-propelled snowplough (yellow – Numata area)
  • A2762 MCR600 ‘type’ self-propelled snowplough (blue – Yokote area)
  • A6090 Keisei 3200 series EC 4 car set (refurbished, ‘fire’ orange with silver stripe)
  • A6091 Keisei 3200 series EC 4 car set (refurbished, white with red/blue stripes)
  • A6092 Keisei 3200 series “Revival Kaiun” EC 4 car set (pale orange & red with silver stripe)
  • A8112 Izukyu 100 series EC 6 car set (non A/C type with ‘Royal Box’ – white/blue)
     

The MCR600 is a small 2 axle unit, similar to the one seen here in a photo from Dave Fossett.

Built in 1967, the Keisei 3290 set is the same 4 cars (Moha3295/Moha3296/Moha3297/Moha3298) in various stages of it’s life – A6090 is from 1980, A6091 is from 1994 and A6092 is from 2007) and was retired in March 2007 😦

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July 13, 2007 - Posted by | MicroAce

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