1974 Honda CB360

1974 Honda CB360


The CB360 is an excellent mid-sized Honda with great maneuverability, balance, and plenty of power to get you around.

It was designed by Honda to succeed the prolific CB350 series. Not only does it have a slightly larger displacement, but the CB360 also has a 6th gear in the gearbox, and was tuned from the factory for broader range torque. It was marketed as a twin-cylinder alternative to the CB350/CB400 fours of the same era.

This bike starts and runs very well. We have cleaned and synced the carbs, set the timing, cleaned the points, and gave it a general tuneup. New battery and new spark plugs. The aftermarket exhaust sounds quite good (see video below).

The fuel tank and side covers were repainted prior to us finding the bike. There is a small dent in the tank and a 3/4” tear in the seat cover (see photos). Does not have a center stand and the most noticeable patina is on the headers.

This bike packs plenty of smiles per mile. Would make for an excellent build, but looks solid as is.

Video: https://youtu.be/hfJOWWuNzqk

Odometer: 12,903 miles.


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