1970 Subaru Other description:Up for sale is a freshly restored Subaru 360. For those that don't know about the
Subaru 360's were the first line of vehicles produced by Fuji Heavy Industries,(parent company of Subaru). They were first introduced in Japan in 1958.
The Subaru 360s were "offically" imported to the U.S. in 1968 by Malcolm Bricklin. 10,000 vehicles were imported mostof them remained unsold even three years later.
This car wasprofessionallyrestored 375 man hours were put in to this car and it shows in the detail. All thechrome and bright work were polished or chromed. Any Rust was cut out and new panels made. We do have full documentation on the build of this vehicle. The complete brake system has been redone with new master cylinder, rebuilding all wheel cylinders and having new hoses made to insure safety. The mileage is unknown due to the speedometer cable not working but the odometer has 13000 miles on it. The ( LADYBUG ) runs and drives excellent for a 1971 Subaru. We are a professional restoration company and you can view the LADYBUG on are website at hnhrodshop com
The Micro car would fit in to anymuseumor private collection. Yes its that niceThe LADYBUG is about the same size as a BMW Isetta Crosely or FiatAny questions please feel free to contact us thanks For viewing are add
|Motor: EK31 2-stroke||Body: Monocoque|
|Years Built: 1958-1970||No. Cylinders: 2||Chassis: none|
|No. Produced: US: 6000||Displacement: 356 cc||Suspension Front: Trailing Arm|
|No. Surviving: n/a||Horsepower: 25||Suspension Rear: Swing Axle|
|Length: 118"||Gearbox: 4 fwd + rev||Steering: Rack & Pinion|
|Width: 51"||Starter: Electric||Brakes: Hydraulic|
|Weight: 925 lbs||Electrics: 12 v||4 Wheels: 4.80 x 10"|
|Interior: 2 + 2 Seats||Ignition: Coil||Top Speed: 60 mph|
Subaru 360 recognized as milestone by the Japan Society of Mechanical EngineersRead all about it on Hemming Motor news blog August 12th 2016