The ED75 is an AC electric locomotive that appeared in 1963.
The 700th generation appeared in 1971, and measures against salt damage were taken in consideration of its use on the Sea of Japan side such as the Ou Main Line and Uetsu Main Line.
At the time of privatization, it was inherited by JR East and was active mainly on the Ou Main Line and Tohoku Main Line, but many vehicles have already retired due to the abolition of passenger trains.
- Reproduce the late model with a large fan cover on the driver's cab roof with new production
- The license plate comes with separate parts "ED75-751 / 757/758/759"
- H rubber is reproduced in black
- The window next to the driver's cab reproduces the appearance of the sash
- The electric warming indicator is trapezoidal and reproduces a large one
- Driver's cab see-through reproduction
- JR mark printed
- Dummy coupler and self-contained TN coupler included
- Headlights are equipped with a constantly lit board and have an ON-OFF switch.
- Headlights are lit by light bulb color LED
- The front handrail (vertical) comes with separate parts
- Release lever is already equipped with separate parts
- Integral plate wheel with core
- Powered with flywheel
- Black bogie frame, black wheels adopted
- M-13 motor adopted
- Mini curve rail can be run