Subaru 360 Documents
  
Most of the documents here are in Adobe .pdf format.   It is best to download the one you want, then open the file from your computer. To download, right-click on a picture below, and choose "save target as" to save the file to your computer for future viewing and printing. When printing from Adobe Acrobat, be sure to check the "shrink oversize pages to paper size" or "fit to printer margins" checkbox. If a link doesn't work or you have a problem downloading a file, write me!



Shop Manuals, Parts Catalogs and Service Bulletins
Here is the Subaru 360 sedan parts catalog

Printable, searchable pdf file


Parts Catalog for the Subaru 360 Truck and Van

Printable, searchable pdf file.
Parts Catalog that lists the items unique to the Subaru 360 Young S.

Printable, searchable pdf file.

Parts Catalog that lists the items unique to the Subaru 360 Auto-Clutch Sedan

Printable, searchable pdf file

Click here to choose a chapter to download from the "Subaru 360 - Engine Section" service manual. 
This book covers the engine for the Subaru 360 sedan, custom, van and pickup.
engine section
                service manual download page
Click here to choose a chapter to download from the "Subaru 360 Sedan - Body Section" service manual. 
This book covers the body for the Subaru 360 sedan and Custom. Young owners will find this of use as well.

Here is the "Young S Service Manual",
which shows the differences between the Young
and the Deluxe sedan.

Here is the sedan
Auto-Clutch service manual 
Click here to choose a chapter to download from the
"Subaru 360 Truck & Van
- Body Section"
service manual. 

"Service Bulletin UK 69-2".
This seems to list changes to the design of certain parts and procedures as of June of 1969
Here is "Service Bulletin #4" with various changes to maintenance procedures as of August of 1968. 
Take note!

Here is a collection of patterns to cut your own gaskets for your Subaru 360!

Dealer Documents and Brochures
Subaru 360 Parts Price List.
Every nut and bolt for the Subaru 360, listed by part number, with the dealer price and retail price, as of 1970.
Important?  No.
Amusing?  Yes.

OK, it's 1967, you are a car dealer, and you want to sell this new little car, the Subaru 360.  Here is Subaru's Dealer Agreement, the document that you must sign.

Here is a 300dpi pdf of the Subaru 360 sedan dealer brochure, for your printing pleasure.  This is a big file (11+MB) but it's gonna look good when you do a color print onto that photo paper! Here is a PC screensaver of the Subaru 360 sedan dealer brochure.  Unzip it, install it, and tweak it in your PCs "display" control panel.
Here is a two-page dealer sheet for the "Young" sports version of the Subaru 360 sedan.  It is a hi-res .pdf file, suitable for printing.



Here is a collection of patterns to cut your own gaskets for your Subaru 360!

Magazine Articles and Advertisements
Here is the "infamous review" from Consumer Reports that hastened the demise of the Subaru 360.  It's still controversial and a bit of a sore spot amongst Subaru 360 enthusiasts.
"The Autocar" magazine in the UK described the 360, and the 450cc variant, in November of 1960.

Article is cleaned up and suitable for printing.

Here is another one-page ad
from a Japanese magazine
for the 360 Sedan.

Here is a one-page ad
from a Japanese magazine.
Print it out!

Here is yet another one-page ad
from a Japanese magazine
for the 360 Sedan.
It is a price list for the many flavors the 360 came in.

"Wheels" magazine in Australia reviewed the 450cc Subaru "Maia".
 Click on the picture to the right to read the review, then see this page for more information about Subaru's early experience in Australia.

Last but not least...

An application to join the Subaru 360 Drivers Club.

Your chance to share in the combined knowledge of the largest and oldest group of Subaru 360 owners in the USA!

Fill out the form.  You can then submit your club dues with a check the mail, or use paypal.



If you have a Subaru 360 manual or other literature that you feel belongs on this page, please contact me.

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