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#1 Post by padgiewadgie » 3 years ago

Hi, I'm new to site and Subaru's. I bought a 1970 in need of restoration. It's been over 30 years since I've worked on cars, hopefully I didn't tackle to much . I'm sure I will read these forums diligently. I will be looking for a few parts once I get a little deeper. Engine/trans rebuid will probably prove most difficult. Body and interior should go smooth.
I will be in need of handles, emblems, keys, window trim and all rubber.
Thanks for reading,

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#2 Post by oldone » 3 years ago

Welcome aboard !!! Which model is your 70 360??? We also like pic's of your 360. I'm sure Ed would also like your vin# for his records. This group can get you through most any repairs.

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#3 Post by kjrcace360fan » 3 years ago

Welcome, can't wait to see your pics. Your definitely found the right place to get all the best info on these little gems.
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#4 Post by subaru360nut » 3 years ago

Welcome to The Club! See this site for how to download all the
factory manuals AND the Book of Reprints free!
The BOR contains all the technical articles and historical info
published in our Newsletter since 1979!

30 years ago members would ask me "What point gap is correct"

Lately most new members ask "What are points?" :(

But since you go back 30 years with cars you will know :)

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

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