It wasn’t much of a sales success, but Honda’s CL360 got a sixth gear in the transmission, an engine tuned for more torque, and a 30cc bump in displacement as part of an evolution from the CL350. The scrambler brother of the CB, this bike also got the high pipes, different rear fender, and braced handlebars. This example stands out as it’s in truly impressive original condition.
Basic specifications include 34 horsepower, a dry weight of 392 pounds, and a top speed of 102. For more on the CL360, check out this Retrospective from Rider.
This example (VIN: CL3601007476) looks fantastic in Muscat Green Metallic with just 4,583 miles on the odometer. It’s said to run well with no leaks. Everything but the turn signal switch (the seller calls it “weak”) is claimed to work as it should, though there’s a small dent above the Honda emblem on the left side of the tank. It still has the original Bridgestone tires and a chrome rear rack.
Find this CL360 for sale in Rockwood, Michigan with an unmet opening bid of $2,800
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