Honda released the N360 family sedan on October 21, 1966, at the Haneda Tokyu Hotel. The market was wide open for a small family saloon and the 360 filled the bill. It was produced at the highly automated Sayama plant where the similar Z360, the LN360 van and the larger engined N600 saloon and Z600 coupe were produced.
The N360 had a pressed-steel body and conventional suspension with MacPherson struts at the front and beam axle at the rear. The engine was a twin-cylinder, air-cooled vertical unit with an overhead camshaft. The N360 became a best-seller overnight.
This red N360 is from 1971 and had only one owner. Original Dutch registration document is with the car. The car has driven for the last in 1989. A nice project for someone who understands engines. The engine turns around but some work is needed to get it running again. Car missing some small parts. Body is hard and free of dents and rust. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.
Straight 2 cylinder; air cooled, single overhead camshaft
|Bore x stroke||
62,5 x 57,8 mm
8,6 : 1
27 pk at 8.000 rpm
3.025 x 1.320 x 1.330 mm
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