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JB 2003 - Hino Sélega R FD
JR Tohoku Bus
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Press Release...........9th December 2002

Creative Master Northcord Limited has proudly released its third livery on the replica Hino Selega Coach model. JB2003 carries JR Bus Tohoku’s colours.

JR Tohoku Bus operates 340 buses on local and intercity services in Tohoku region, highway bus services that connect Tohoku and Tokyo metropolitan area, and chartered buses. The replica itself is a chartered bus based in Aomori branch. It is a Hino KL-RU4FSEA, manufactured in 2001 with a capacity of 55 passengers.

The replica features excellent detailing, inside and out, including an opening engine door and engine detail.

The Hino Selega Coach is the sixth 1/76 scale diecast bus or coach from Creative Master Northcord since 2000, following the Volvo Super Olympian / Alexander ALX500, Mitsubishi FUSO MP non-step bus, Volvo Olympian / Alexander Royale, Dennis Trident / Alexander ALX400 and Shanghai Sunwin Volvo B7R.

The JB2003 model is limited to 500 pieces for the UK and Hong Kong. They will be distributed by John Ayrey Die-Casts Limited (UK) and Concorde Hobby Shop (HK) respectively.
 
 

Creative Master Northcord Limited (CMNL)
------The World’s Miniature Bus Co.

 Manufacturer of model  Creative Master Northcord Ltd
 Scale  1:76
 Prototype chassis  Hino Sélega R FD
 Prototype bodywork  -
 Prototype length  11 metre
 Fleet number  8H647-00421
 Registration number  1 27
 Route number  -
 Destination  -
 Commissioned by  Busrama International
 Quantity (total)  3,600
 
Hong Kong
United Kingdom
       Japan 
 Quantities (if known)
     500
3,100
 Date released
9th December 2002
 January 2003
?

 
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