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We are delighted to offer this incredibly late production Trojan 200 onto the market having just completed a restoration with marque specialists. The 6179 production run for the Trojan ran until 1964, and this particular example was supplied new on the 1st January 1965 to a Mr Peter Alloco in Wembley, North London who owned the car until 1996. Having been with one owner 31 years, ownership passed to a lady who we believe was his partner, with the car registered at the same Wembley address. In 2004 the lady owner gave the Trojan to a family friend in County Wexford, but the vehicle then returned to the UK in 2006 when it was purchased by the most recent owner in Sussex. From 2006 to 2019 the Trojan was in dry storage and from 2019 to 2020 was subject of a restoration by Heinkel Trojan Club marque experts, and on completion delivered to us directly.
The Trojan comes with a comprehensive history that includes a handwritten note book completed by its first owner. The first entry is on the 11th October 1965 at exactly 10,000 miles and runs to January 1992 at 34785 miles. The book is essentially a mileage and fuel log recording every journey made with its first owner. The notebook also details any repairs and additions, for example we can tell you on the 18th October 1965 the Trojan had wing mirrors fitted, a new spark plug and interior floorseal applied! The Trojan didn't require any major work in its early life, in September 1967 it had a new exhaust silencer but in February 1970 a new clutch was required. In April 1972 new brake pistons were fitted and by September 1984 at 32000 miles the engine was treated to new rings and oil seals. A small file of invoices all supports the notebook documenting the maintenance during the cars early life.
In 2019 the restoration began, and the vehicle was stripped back to a bare rolling shell. All systems were reconditioned, engine work included new main bearings and cylinder head skim, new piston and rings and the brakes, steering and suspension all overhauled. The body was completely re-painted, and the Trojan nicely put back together and has featured on the Trojan Club Stand at one of the 2019 restoration shows prior to completion. GPD 612C has arrived with us in beautiful condition and whilst it has been subject of a recent restoration, it is a 35,000 mile from new example with an excellent body, beautiful paintwork, lovely smart upholstery with rebuilt running gear. We have road tested the Trojan and it runs superbly, is great fun and would make a lovely, low mileage, low ownership collectors' piece that will prove great fun on the country lanes!
Along with the wonderful notebook and early invoices, the Trojan comes with V5's showing ownership since 1965, photographs and tax disc issued in 1993, Trojan 200 Owner manual, Spare Parts List, Trojan 200 Price List, Contemporary Trojan 200 Advertising and Accessories list, 1960s Stanleys Motors Part List, Contemporary soft bound Workshop Manual, H-T Club Brochures reprint, H-T Club Road-tests reprint, September 1991 Practical Classics article "Bubble Power" written by Vicki Butlrt-Henderson, February 1964 Motorcycle Mechanics article Remove and Dismantle Trojan engine and Hardback (ex Library copy) Trojan 200 Workshop Manual.