Hansa-Lloyd Treff-Aß Car
|Hansa-Lloyd Treff-Aß from 1920 to 1925|
|Body versions :||Touring car , Phaeton ,Limousine|
|Engines:||Petriol engines : 4.1-4.5 liters
|Curb weight:||about 1700 kg|
The Hansa Type H Treff-Aß is a luxury class vehicle of the Hansa-Lloyd plants in Bremen-Hastedt and Varel .
In 1920, Hansa-Lloyd presented the type H 18/60 hp Treff-Aß . In addition to trucks with petrol or electric drive, the factory produced only a few of these heavy passenger cars.
1923 received the car, whose wheelbase and length had been increased, a stronger engine. So he was built until 1925 in small numbers. Then they were replaced by the eight-cylinder models Trumpf-Aß .
The bodies came from bodywork Seegers from Leipzig , from body Rembrandt from Bremen or from glass body from Dresden .
Engine, transmission and chassis
The car initially had a four-cylinder in-line engine of its own design with an output of 54 hp (36 kW) at 2200 / min. With a bore of 100 mm and a stroke of 130 mm, the displacement was 4100 cc. The side-mounted valves were directly actuated by a lower camshaft ( SV valve control ), which in turn was driven by spur gears .
The engine of the larger successor of 1923 had a capacity of 4500 cc (bore × stroke = 105 mm × 130 mm) and made 65 hp (48 kW) at 2400 / min. This engine also had side-mounted valves.
The maximum speed of the Treff-Aß produced until 1922 was 92 km / h, while the larger successor reached 100 km / h.
All models were equipped with unsynchronized four-speed transmissions, the shift lever in the middle of the car sat (stick circuit). The rear wheels were driven.
Both axes of the H-types were rigid axles, which hung on semi-elliptical longitudinal plate springs, the rear axles in Underslungbauart . The service brake acted mechanically on the cardan shaft , the handbrake on the rear wheels. The joints and bearings had grease nipples to supply with grease.
Both H-types were available as four-seat sports phaetons , seven-seater touring cars or four-door sedans ; the doors were hinged in front.All bodies had an upright radiator grille between the headlights and solitary, a vertical windshield .