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Assorted brochures from Subaru.

subaru 360 catalog 70

1970 Subaru 360 catalog.

subaru 360 catalog 69

1969 Subaru 360 catalog. 1968 was Subaru's first year in the USA. The first U.S. Subaru is the 360. This very small rear wheel drive minicar had a 2-stroke, 25 horsepower 356 cc engine (thus the 360 name), weighed under 1000 pounds, got 66.3 mpg, went 0-50 in over 37 seconds. and cost $1,297. It came in a few models: 2 door sedan, then the "Young S" 2 dr sedan, minivan (that's me in the white 5 door van below), a truck version, and even a mini race car too. There may have been as many as 6000 of these imported through 1969, though they weren't exactly a best seller.

Subaru miscellaneous   
Subaru Point-of-Purchase   
Subaru Brat : 1985   
Subaru Impreza WRX STI : 2008   
Subaru 360 : 1958   The first automobile mass produced by Subaru.
Subaru Legacy concept to Debut at North American International Auto Show   
Subaru Legacy : 2009   Debuts at the 2009 North American International Automobile Show.
Subaru R2 : 1969   
Subaru Hybrid Tourer : 2009   
Subaru Impreza WRX STI spec C : 2009   Production is limited to 900 units.
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