Hansa – A Car Manufacturer from Bremen

Pictures and advertisements of Hansa and Hansa-Lloyd motorcars in chronological order

© Original photos and documents from the Michael Schlenger collection

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Hansa Type A, built in 1908/09

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Hansa advertisement published in Braunbecks Sportlexikon in 1910

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Hansa D type 10/30 h.p. sport phaeton, 1913

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Hansa D type 10/30 h.p., built from 1911 until 1914, photo taken in WW1

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Hansa C-Type 8/24 h.p., built from 1911 until 1914, photo taken in the 1920s

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Hansa P Type, 8/30 h.p or 8/36 h.p., built from 1922 until 1928

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Hansa A6 Type 13/60 h.p., built in 1927/28; from: „Die Motorfahrzeuge“ by P. Wolfram, 1928

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Hansa „Treff-Aß“ 20/100 h.p., built in 1927/28, picture from „Die Motorfahrzeuge“ by P. Wolfram, 1928

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Hansa 1100 sedan, built from 1934 until 1939, prewar photo

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Hansa 1100 sedan, built from 1934 until 1939, prewar photo

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Hansa 1100 sedan, built from 1934 until 1939, prewar photo taken in Innsbruck (Austria)

 

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Hansa 1700 open-top sedan, built from 1934 until 1939, prewar photo

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Hansa 1700 convertible,built from 1934 until 1939, postwar photo

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Hansa 1100 convertible, built from 1934 until 1939, postwar photo taken in Bavaria

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Hansa 1100, 2-seater open-top sedan (special body)