1952 Lloyd LS-300. Carl F. W. Borgward was an exceptional entrepreneur that easily survived the turmoil of the second world war. The LP 300, which was known as the Leukoplastbomber (band-aid bomber), came with a plywood body covered with imitation leather. The wheels were large, the car itself sufficiently fast, and enough room for four persons. From 1951 forwards, the it was also available as a convertible, coupe, estate and minivan.