No Reserve – 1975 Honda CB360T

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Post Sale Update: After 35 bids on eBay, this CB360T sold for $2,050.


Introduced in 1974, the CB360 was the twin-powered successor to Honda’s immensely popular CB350. The 360 was not as successful commercially, but this example seems to be a decently-preserved survivor that’s being offered with no reserve.

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. This example (VIN: CB360E1084542) has just 5,107 miles and it was acquired by the seller from the original owner’s nephew. They’ve “reconditioned every major system of the bike”, with a rebuilt carb, rebuilt brakes, and plenty of new parts such as the tires, battery, and more. It’s been used as a shop bike for about 600 miles and now it’s time for you to enjoy it.

Find this 360 for sale in Menasha, Wisconsin with bidding up to $530

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