Hansa 1100 and 1700 cars
|Hansa 1100 1700 from 1934 to 1939|
|Body versions :||Sedan , convertible ,convertible , roadster|
|Engines:||Gasoline engines : 1.1-1.7 liters
|Curb weight :||1020-1080 kg|
The Hansa 1100 is a mid -size vehicle of the Hansa Lloyd and Goliath works Borgward & Tecklenborg in Bremen-Hastedt . At the same time the more powerful model Hansa 1700 was released.
The prototypes were presented at the Berlin Motor Show in March 1934. The production began in the same year.
1939, had to be stopped production because of Schell plan the company allowed only the production of a heavy car type with a displacement between 2.0 and 3.0 liters.
Engine, transmission and chassis
The four-cylinder in-line engine of the Hansa 1100 had an output of 20 kW (27.5 hp) at 3600 rpm. With a bore of 65 mm and a stroke of 82 mm, the engine capacity was 1088 cc. The compression ratio is given as 5.8: 1. The overhead valves were actuated by a side camshaft via bumpers and rocker arms ( OHV valve control ), which in turn was driven by spur gears . Mixture preparation provided a Solex 26 BFLH single gasifier .
The six-cylinder inline engine of the Hansa 1700 had a displacement of 1634 cc and made 29 kW (40 hp) at 3800 / min. Bore, stroke and compression correspond to those of the four-cylinder model. The carburettor was a Solex 30 BFLH .
The top speed of all body styles of the Hansa 1100 was 90 km / h, the four-seater models of the Hansa 1700 drove up to 100 km / h fast, the two-seater sports models up to 103 km / h.
All cars were equipped with a four-speed gearbox, the shift lever was in the middle of the car (stick circuit). Synchronized was none of the speed levels. The rear wheels were driven.
The superstructures rested on a central box frame that was forked in front and in the back. The front wheels were suspended from two transverse leaf springs, the rear pendulum swing axle at one. All 4 wheels were hydraulically braked; the handbrake acted on the rear wheels. The cars were equipped with grease nipples .
The fuel consumption of the Hansa 1100 was 9.5 liters / 100 km, that of the Hansa 1700 at 11.5 liters / 100 km.
Both types were available as 2-door sedans , 2-door convertible coaches and 2-door, 4-seat convertibles ; the doors were struck behind. From 1935 there was the Hansa 1700 a sports cabriolet with 2 seats, from 1936 by the Hansa 1100th 1936 and 1937, only the Hansa 1700 was also available as a 2-seater roadster . The streamlined bodies had a reclined grille between the headlights . The fenders had swept backwards; the front ends at the A-pillars , the rear ends in a flat tail.
Hansa 1700 roadster