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Borgward is a German car manufacturer founded by Carl F. W. Borgward.
The first vehicle designed by Carl Borgward was the Blitzkarren (Car Lightning), a small 3-wheeled van with a 2CV engine (1.5 kW), produced in 1924.1 It was a great success in the market it covered. Small merchants bought it to deliver, as did the Reich’s postal service. In 1929, Borgward became director of Hansa Lloyd AG and guided the development of Hansa Konsul. In February 1937, the new Hansa Borgward 2000 appeared and in 1939 the name was shortened to Borgward 2000. The 2000 model was followed by the Borgward 2300 which remained in production until 1942. After World War II, the company launched the Borgward Hansa 1500 , which was followed by
The Isabella became the most popular car and remained in production for the rest of the company’s existence. In 1959, the Borgward P100 was launched, with an innovative air suspension.
The Borgward group produced cars under 4 brands: Borgward, Hansa, Goliath and Lloyd.
One of Borgward’s chief engineers was Hubert M. Meingast between 1938 and 1952.

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Factory service manual for the Borgward Isabella. The type of information contained in this workshop manual include general servicing, maintenance…

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