.product-price, .product-quantity-input, .sqs-add-to-cart-button-wrapper { display:none; }

1974 Honda CB360T

1.jpg
2.jpg
3.jpg
4.jpg
5.jpg
6.jpg
7.jpg
8.jpg
9.jpg
10.jpg
11.jpg
12.jpg
13.jpg
14.jpg
15.jpg
16.jpg
17.jpg
1.jpg
2.jpg
3.jpg
4.jpg
5.jpg
6.jpg
7.jpg
8.jpg
9.jpg
10.jpg
11.jpg
12.jpg
13.jpg
14.jpg
15.jpg
16.jpg
17.jpg

1974 Honda CB360T

2,300.00

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. The “T” model indicates a front disc brake.

This bike starts and runs well (see the video below). It has had a carb clean, new spark plugs, and the shift shaft seal replaced. The mufflers and header wrap are aftermarket. All and all, it is a fun and solid runner.

The engine smokes a bit. It has has a little trouble idling — may have worn advancer springs. The charging is at 12.6 max, which is not uncommon for the CB360 models. We recommend an upgrade to a Ricks rectifier regulator.

Starting, idling, walkaround, and kick start video:
https://youtu.be/IhJNr6mdfM0

$2,300.00

Add To Cart