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1953 Lloyd LC 400

1953 Lloyd LC 400 in Klein aber Mein, Documentary, 1980

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: DE

1953 Lloyd LC 400

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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Alexander DE

2007-04-18 01:40

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[Image: kleinabermein022lloydlpdl1.2427.jpg] [Image: kleinabermein026lloydlpkd8.6503.jpg] [Image: kleinabermein029lloydlpxm7.1466.jpg] [Image: kleinabermein032lloydlpmr3.9638.jpg]

datsunZ IT

2007-04-25 22:34

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DIE"LEUKOPLAST-BOMBE"!!!(Germans'nickname)

DynaMike NL

2007-04-26 13:15

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Seems to be a convertible. Was it officially called "Cabriolimousine"?

Alexander DE

2007-08-26 16:03

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DynaMike wrote Seems to be a convertible. Was it officially called "Cabriolimousine"?

Yes, a 'Cabriolimousine'. Therefore the correct name is Lloyd LC 400 (1953-57).

DynaMike NL

2007-08-26 18:50

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LC seems to be more apropriate for a "Labriocimousine" :)

Edit: btw, I just noticed that the car has sliding windows on the right and a wind-down window on the left...

-- Last edit: 2007-08-26 18:51:23

Alexander DE

2007-08-26 23:00

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DynaMike wrote LC seems to be more apropriate for a "Labriocimousine" :) ...

:lol: Actually the L stands for Lloyd, followed by letter
* C for CoupÚ (LC 300) or for Cabriolet (LC 400 and LC 600)
* K for Kastenwagen (van)
* P for Personenwagen (sedan)
* S for Stationswagen (estate)
* T for Transporter (bus or van)

DynaMike wrote ... btw, I just noticed that the car has sliding windows on the right and a wind-down window on the left...

Good spotting!! This must be a door from the LP/S 600 Alexander or Alexander TS.

ingo DE

2010-11-11 22:38

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Three generations on one pic. Sorry for the bad angle, but it was closed, so I had to make the shot through the window, and my main interest were more the two very rare (unvalid) license plates.
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