Talk:JNR Class EF65

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Engines built[edit]

If I got the Japanese WP-article right - with help of Google-translation - there was built 135 engines of EF 65, 20 locomotives of EF 65-500 and 139 pieces of EF 65-1000. Makes a total of 294 locomotives and not 308 as it is stated into the data-sheet. Please, could someone with more language-competence like me check this point? Thanks in advance and greetings from Germany. Sorry, I found the missed 14 engines (First batch of EF 65-500F)...--92.226.123.95 (talk) 16:02, 10 July 2011 (UTC)