Introduced in 1974, the CB360 was the twin-powered successor to Honda’s immensely popular CB350.
Basic specifications on the 360 twin are 34 horsepower, a 6-speed transmission, and a wet weight of 392 pounds.
The base model had drum brakes front and rear, while the “CB360T” got a disc brake up front.
1975 models were painted in either Light Ruby Red or Candy Riviera Blue Metallic.
This example is VIN: CB3602036035, Engine #: CB360E-2036088.
The odometer shows 7,682 miles.
A.R.C Ignition System (points-triggered transistorized ignition).
We note some chrome pitting, corrosion on the rear rack, and a few scratches in the bodywork.
Inside of the tank:
The seller acquired it a decade ago in a charity auction as his daughter liked it, but “it’s not the bike for her” and it sat on display. The seller had it gone through roughly 5 years ago with a full service and a carb clean, however he let it sit again so in preparation for the listing he had us rebuild/clean/sync the carbs, install a new Yuasa battery, rebuild the front brake caliper, change the oil/filter, service the chain, and install a fuel line, fuel filters, and petcock.
It is riding on IRC GS-11 tires from 2014.
Currently located at our facility in Santa Monica, California, (please make an appointment for an inspection), this Honda is offered on a clean California title.
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Santa Monica, California
Total Bids Placed: 1
Auction has ended.
Auction expired without reaching reserve price.
Highest bidder was: bhawkins0707
August 9, 2021 2:06 pm
August 5, 2021 11:00 am
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