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This 1975 Honda CL360 Scrambler was reportedly in long term storage prior to its purchase by a customer of the selling dealer two years ago. Power is from a 356cc parallel twin paired with a 6-speed transmission, and work performed for the previous owner included rebuilding the carburetors, and replacing ignition components as well as adjusting the valves, timing, cam chain, and points. An oil change has been performed and a new clutch cover gasket installed in preparation for the sale. This CL360 is offered at no reserve by the selling dealer with a factory tool kit, an owner’s manual, and a clean Wisconsin title.
The fuel tank and side covers are finished in Muscat Green metallic, and the condition of the paintwork is shown up close in the gallery below. Several chips are noted in the tank, the left cover shows paint loss from contact with a previous-mounted exhaust bracket, and a dent can be seen on the front fender. New tires were fitted under previous ownership.
The handlebars feature a cross brace and instrumentation consisting of a 110-mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 9,200-rpm redline. The control cables and flasher relay were recently replaced and the seat has been recovered, but is lacking the Honda logo on the rear.
The 356cc OHC parallel twin produced 34 horsepower in stock form and is paired with a 6-speed transmission. An aftermarket megaphone exhaust system has been fitted, and within the last year the selling dealer performed a carburetor rebuild with new seals, and slide diaphragms. Replica air filters, a new fuel petcock, and clutch cover gasket were fitted, and the valves, cam chain, points, and timing adjusted. The ignition coils, spark plugs, wires, points, and condenser were also replaced, and an oil change was carried out.
A factory tool kit, owner’s manual will be included along with a binder containing service receipts from the previous two years. A walk-around video with the engine running can be seen below.