Mass production of the EF66 began in 1968 as a locomotive capable of towing a 1000t class high-speed freight train with a maximum speed of 100km / h by itself, and 55 0th generation cars were manufactured.
The early model corresponds to Nos. 1 to 15, and is characterized by the shape of the side inspection port and shoulder filter.
When it first appeared, it appeared without a front eaves, and later some vehicles were installed and remodeled.
Since 1985, he has been selected as a towing machine for the Blue Train.
Unit 11 is preserved and exhibited at the Railway Museum.
- EF66 type early model, after mounting the eaves ・ PS17 pantograph installed
- Reproduce the appearance of towing the Tokaido Line Blue Train and freight trains
- Reproduced by new car body production
- Comes with a dummy coupler that reproduces the piping around the coupler
- Powered with flywheel
- Equipped with a constantly lit board that uses light bulb color LEDs
- Headlight rim silver expression planned
- Parts for each decorative band are already installed
- Parts for each license plate "EF66-5 / 6/13/14" included
- Reproduce the front handrail with separate parts
- Reproduce the release lever with separate parts (installed)
- Includes a tightly connected TN coupler
- With black wheels, black bogie frame, and wheel center
- M-13 motor adopted