Heinkel Trojan 200 // 6k Miles From New // Concours Bare Shell Restoration


Heinkel Trojan


Originally built in Croydon and registered new 12th April 1965 by Raymond Way Motors Limited, 36/38 Willesden Lane, Queens Park, London and subsequently sold to Mr Ronald Jay, Worland Road, Stratford, London.  The car was used for the first 2 years clocking up 6800 miles then parked up in a barn until discovered in 2013.  The car still had its last tax disc in the window dated March 1967 which we have along with the original green log book in the history file.

The extensive and detailed restoration was carried out by S&A Vehicle Restorers and Builders, South Reddish, Stockport a long side the Heinkel Owners Club supplying, expertise, knowledge and many original parts.

The history file contains circa 80 photographs of the car from when found straight through restoration to the stunning dare I say it concours Bubble Car we have today. Other documents include an original Workshop Manual and various receipts and hand written notes.

This is one of only 6179 UK built in Croydon RHD Heinkel Trojan 200's with a genuine 6857 miles and 1 former keeper. This certainly is one of the best restored vehicles we have ever owned, a real show piece and one for the collector.

Along with brilliant parts availability, owners club support and mechanical simplicity offer worry free classic car motoring allowing the new owner to concentrate solely on enjoyment.  

Taxation Class: Historic Vehicle - Zero road tax and MOT exempt.  For peace of mind all our vehicles undergo a comprehensive pre-delivery inspection by an independent garage. Any faults found rectified so the new owner can simply enjoy their new classic.

This Heinkle is of course HPi clear with certificate included.

This is an excellent opportunity to own a stunning exceptionally restored Heinkel Trojan 200. Along with brilliant parts availability, owners club support and mechanical simplicity offer worry free classic car motoring.


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Professor Heinkel’s "better Isetta" was indeed lighter and faster with a smaller engine. The ability to carry four people stood it in good stead despite the fixed steering column. 1957 was a banner year for the Heinkel, with 7000 examples leaving the works.

However, early 1958 brought a noticeable downturn in interest in the Heinkel Kabine. Most significantly, permission was received to once more resume the production of aircraft, which was, of course the original orientation of the company. Suddenly, the Kabine was no longer viable, and a licensee to take over production had to be found. 2000 examples were built in Argentina from 1957 to 1959. In 1958, a concern in Ireland produced 200 examples of the Kabine (known as the Heinkel-I) before having their license revoked for shoddy workmanship. In the fall of 1960, the license was duly given to Trojan, a long-established firm (1928) producing a long line of rugged, simple utility vehicles.

By 1962, they were producing the:
Type 601 (3-wheel right hand drive)
Type 602 (4-wheel right hand drive)
Type 603 (3-wheel left hand drive)
Type 604 (4-wheel left hand drive) 
as well as an Estate van. Later Trojans had Wipac lamps and fixed plastic quarter windows. 

In production until 1966, it was the longest surviving true bubblecar, whereupon Trojan turned to the production of the fiberglass-bodied Elva sportscar.

We will consider any part exchange with funds either way no matter what it is.  We have buyers in all fields of expertise so we would consider modern cars, vans, caravans, motorhomes, motorcycles and of course any classic so just give us a call or drop us an email.

We can deliver any vehicle throughout the UK and Europe using our own covered transport or using one of our vehicle logistic partners, please ask for details.

For your convenience - Our local Railway Station is Stafford we will gladly collect and return customers who wish to view any of our vehicles, we can arrange Airport collections too - please ask for details.

Low Rate Finance can be arranged please ask for details.

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