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joshuarollins83
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Joined: 6 months ago

New to the 360

#1 Post by joshuarollins83 » 6 months ago

Howdy guys!

I run a Subaru Dealership in North Carolina and we picked up a 1970 Subaru 360 Coupe.
99% of everything is there but the big thing we are missing the top. Body, and floor is solid, we are doing a full restore and putting it in the showroom.

I personally have 4 Subaru vehicles in my garage
05 Outback
06 Forester XT Touring 5 speed
16 Impreza Base
17 WRX STi
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subaru360nut
Club Founder - 360 Guru
Posts: 3310
Joined: 12 years ago
Location: Tucson AZ (I'm Ed Parsil)

Re: New to the 360

#2 Post by subaru360nut » 6 months ago

Welcome to The Club! Good to see another Subaru dealer
taking an interest in its history!
I met a retired dealer from Pasadena at the show in April
in Upland CA, he has a really nice pickup tricked out as
a wrecker.
You have one of the best parts sources for 360s in NC too :D

Ed
300,000+ miles on Subaru 360s since Feb. 1975, and have never (yet) been stuck on the road with one!

oldone
360 Master
Posts: 3810
Joined: 6 years ago
Location: Norman Okla / OU SOONERS Thunder

Re: New to the 360

#3 Post by oldone » 6 months ago

Welcome aboard from Norman Okla, solid looking sedan! Will you be going back ORG?? As ED said, nice to see dealers saving & sharing some history!! :mrgreen:

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kjrcace360fan
360 Master
Posts: 2501
Joined: 7 years ago
Location: Charleston, West Virginia

Re: New to the 360

#4 Post by kjrcace360fan » 6 months ago

Welcome to the mainia. I have in my garage now 06 sti,(163k miles of smiles and going) o9 legacy, 1971 360 Young, (95% restored) 1970 360 deluxe, (hippie running but needs brake work and body to pass inspection, 360 pickup truck, 360 Dune Buggy, (most likely with the addition of a gas tank and some mild brake work It would pass inspection. One 360 parts car shell than is really solid but need body work on roof rim and most everything else added to the chasis. a mahindra 2416 tractor, a 1987 JD lawn tractor and of coarse our pontiac montana as our token Detroit contribution. I do have another parts car with a roof panel that needs some crack repair that is about 8 inches long. It's been a while since I looked at it. It's stored at my mothers. If you want pics of the roof panel I can get them but I won't be at moms for a couple weeks. If your interested let me know.
Spud the Orange Young, Hippie, Little John the Truck & Dune Buggy.

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books1
360 Master
Posts: 4038
Joined: 7 years ago
Location: Perth, Western Australia ..... Young SS downunder

Re: New to the 360

#5 Post by books1 » 6 months ago

Welcome to the Club from downunder, Joshua - these liddle Subes found their way to all parts of the globe!

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carlofsumner
360 Master
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Joined: 5 years ago
Location: Sumner, WA USA
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Re: New to the 360

#6 Post by carlofsumner » 6 months ago

Welcome from the Great Northwest! Hope you will keep us posted on your progress.
Carl D
1968 Ultra Van 400 - referred to as a whale
1970 Subaru sedan- referred to as an Orca chaser

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jcimino
360 Newbie
Posts: 90
Joined: 1 year ago
Location: Dushore, PA

Re: New to the 360

#7 Post by jcimino » 6 months ago

Welcome to the club. These guys are a wealth of knowledge and parts.
Jim
Jim Cimino

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