Big Boy Toys: Heinkel Trojan 200

Dec 07, 2014

Looking to put a little extra something under the tree this year? Consider this exceptional 1962 Heinkel Trojan from the pages of Man of the World No. 10.

One of sharpest three-wheeled whips in automotive history, it’s a conversation starter if there ever was one.

Originally part of the famed Bruce Weiner Microcar collection, this left-hand driver is an ultra-rare soft-top model.

Engine: Heinkel 1 cylinder 4-stroke engine
Body: 8ft 10 inches
Provenance: Originally sold through Christies in 1997.
Gearbox: 4 speed & reverse
Interior: Tartan plaid

The car has been fully restored and includes all original documents and service records.

Photography by: Christopher Griffith.

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