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1951 Borgward Hansa 1500

1951 Borgward Hansa 1500 in Le petit soldat, Movie, 1963 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: DE

1951 Borgward Hansa 1500

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Junkman UK

2006-02-26 19:29

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Hansa 1500

sixcyl FR

2006-02-28 07:40

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Any idea of the year?

pilou BE

2006-02-28 11:26

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In fact , this car should be filed under the Borgward make .It is an early post ww II Borgward " Hansa 1500" coach of ca 1950.Since 1939 , Hansa had been absorbed by the Borgward concern

sixcyl FR

2006-02-28 19:53

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Quote In fact , this car should be filed under the Borgward make .It is an early post ww II Borgward " Hansa 1500" coach of ca 1950.Since 1939 , Hansa had been absorbed by the Borgward concern


...that what I used to know about Borgward Hansa, but few months ago, we had some discussions about this and it had been decided to share Hansa from Borgward even for post war cars...

Alexander DE

2006-02-28 22:04

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Quote [quote]In fact , this car should be filed under the Borgward make .It is an early post ww II Borgward " Hansa 1500" coach of ca 1950.Since 1939 , Hansa had been absorbed by the Borgward concern


...that what I used to know about Borgward Hansa, but few months ago, we had some discussions about this and it had been decided to share Hansa from Borgward even for post war cars...[/quote]

Seems I missed a discussion....

You are both right :) ... or wrong :( ... depends on how you see it :D

This car is a Borgward Hansa 1500, of which 23.140 were produced between 1949 and 1952.

Borgward took the shares majority of Hansa-Lloyd in 1928, the complete works in 1931. Up to the war the up-market cars of the Borgward group were labled 'Hansa', after the war 'Borgward Hansa'. 'Hansa' was dropped with the introduction of the 'Isabella' in 1954. But in 1958 the name was revived when the Hansa 1100 Limousine and Coupé were introduced.

antp BE

2006-02-28 22:16

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Seems I missed a discussion....


Me too then (or I forgot it... much more probable :lol:)

-- Last edit: 2006-02-28 22:16:27

Lateef NO

2016-12-12 16:20

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Faint appearance of 1951-52 taillights.

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