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For Sale: 1970 Subaru 360 mini-car - $3,500 - Wisconsin Rapids, WI - Not Mine


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For Sale: 1970 Subaru 360 mini-car - $3,500 - Wisconsin Rapids, WI

rare 1970 subaru 360 mini car - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)

1970 Subaru 360 , factory 360cc 2 cylinder 2 stroke engine runs good, very solid really no rust, clear wi title, all break wheel cylinders and master cylinder are rebuild and work good , very cool little car , must see $3500 firm no texting or emails please.

Contact:  (715) two-1-three-6-zero-3-eight

 

I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1970 Subaru 360 mini-car.

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These cars new sold for $995 in Portland. For a hundred more they would paint it any color as they all came in white.

I bought a new one for a commuter, quite the POS.

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I posted this since I was surprised any survive in this country, much less than in the Midwest.  These were the first cars Subaru marketed in the U.S., were a miserable failure.  I recall that Malcom Bricklin was behind the operation and that when they sold poorly, he set up an autocross track where anyone could pay to rent one and run it as a field car.    

 

Still, there is a butt for every seat, so for some mini-car collector, this one might be a prize...go figure!

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I like the looks of it,it reminds me of my 60 Renault I had in high school.I like my Subaru Legacy I bought new five years ago.I have a nice 74 mgb that my wife dosent like,I wonder if he'd trade.Trouble is I'm in Florida and Id have to have it shipped.

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6 hours ago, 58L-Y8 said:

I posted this since I was surprised any survive in this country... 

 

Some years ago, I saw one at a show in Pennsylvania

or thereabouts.  It was in excellent condition, I believe

all original.  They are extremely small when you see them

next to something of ordinary size.  I remember the

metal loop into which the hood latch connected was

about as thick as coat-hanger wire!

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