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Hansa H 1700
(Data for Limousine)
Years of production: 1934 - 1937
Overall production: about 6000
4x2 backbone tubular frame based 2-door limousine, cabriolet, cabriolimousine, roadster with front motor and rear wheel drive
Engine: "Hansa H 1700", 41hp/3800rpm (2-seater roadster - 50hp), carburettor 4-cyl. 4-stroke OHV, 1634cc,
Bore/Stroke: 65/82 mm
Compression ratio: 5,8 : 1
Pistons type and material: EC, Aluminium alloy
Cold clearance between tappet and valve stem: intake - 0,1mm, exhaust - 0,12mm
Length: 4267mm, width: 1524mm, height: 1472(?)mm
Wheelbase: 2870mm, road clearance: ?mm
Front wheel track: ?mm; rear track: ?mm
Turning radius: ?m
Carburettor: Solex 26 BFHL
Dimensions: diffusor - ?mm; main jet - ?; sprayer jet - ?; idling jet (sprayer tube/calibrated hole) - ?/?; accelerator jet - ?;
between float's top and bottom of float chamber - ?mm
Ignition system: battery (Bosch(?), ?V), battery capacity - ? A*h
Interrupter-distributor type: ?
Contact clearance: ? mm
Generator type and power: ?; ?W
Starter type and power: ?; ?hp
Spark plugs type: W 175/TI; 14mm; electrode clearance: ? mm
Cylinder firing order: 1-5-3-6-2-4
Steering type: ?
Clutch: dry single plate
Clutch pedal clearance: ?mm
Gearbox: 4-speed + 1 back, synchronized III and IV
Ratios: I - 3,79, II - 2,37, III - 1,54, IV - 1,00, rear - 4,64
Differential ratio: 4,62 : 1
Front suspension: ?
Rear suspension: ?
Hydraulical foot brakes ATE Lockheed (Alfred Teves Lockheed) on all wheels
Mechanical hand brakes on transmission
Weight: ? kg
Maximal speed: 120 km/h
Tyre pressures (atmospheres): ?
Fuel tank capacity: ? L
Petrol consumption: ? L/100km, feeding by gravity flow (early version), by mechanical pump (late version)
Cooling system capacity: ? L of water
Oil carter capacity: engine - ? L; gearbox - ? L; differential - ? L
Photos are from:
Wojtek Frankiewicz (Lodz, Poland), this 1934 Limousine is former car of Wojtek,
"A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by Michael Sedgwick & Mark Gillies, Bay View Books Ltd,
"Die Chronik des Automobils" by Hans-Otto Neubauer,
Adam Jarysz (Poland), this 1935 duo-tone cabriolet.
Thanks for help to Yevgenii Pevzner, classic vehicles journalist (Moscow).
You are welcome to write me by E-mail Contact. Andrei Bogomolov.
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Last updated 22 II 2001.