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Footage of the 1913 Trojan Prototype restored to running condition by Steve, Phil & Richard Potter and John Wilton (CLICK HERE)

Club Calendar

Upcoming Events & Details

04 April 2020

AGM  Atlee -Wilson Museum ,Calne, Wilts (Details TBA)

30 May 2020

Bob Coopers Battlefield Railway event (Details TBA)

June (TBA)

Revisit  Roger Triggol Clevedon (Details TBA)

August (TBA)

VSCC prescott (Details TBA)

26 September 2020

Bruce Youngs - Visit to Morgan Factory and Crombe Park RAF museum.   (Details TBA)

16 November 2020

Winter Gathering ,Grayshott  Details TBA)

Other Links & Information

Click HERE to see other Trojan information e.g. Trojan Museum Trust, Federation of British Historic Vehicles & their newsletters

More vehicles and items


on the TROJAN MARKET  page

RARE! 1928 Trojan Achilles Saloon (You Tube)


Sale of the late David Vincent’s Collection.

There are four vehicles in the David Vincent collection;

a.   Senior Forward Control 12 cwt van

b.   Long Bonnet 10 cwt van

c.   3 door Tourer

d.   1928 Olympia Apollo Saloon with its sunshine roof. Owned by Carl when it first came back from David Hounsfield in Port Elizabeth. It is in excellent original condition with very low documented mileage.

All enquiries regarding the late David Vincent’s Collection, please ring Richard Vincent.  07974 517237

Trojan Spinning Wheels - Roger Armstrong at Brooklands

(Video & Interview courtesey of Mark Jarman, Brooklands Trust Members, ’BMT.tv’)


1925 Trojan 3 door Tourer - Rare Duple body, running and useable.  Good Hood, Tyres, Interior.  Fitted Dynastart, excellent compression.  Many spares including engine and special Trojan Drawings, literature and tools.  £8995 to Members of the TOC.  In the first instance please send email to Trojan Club (Click Here)

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Fitted with the 1488 PH Engine, this 1931 four seater Trojan has the unique Utility/Truck combination. Starts and drives and has had a fair amount of time and money spent on it including a brand new rear axle and two new tyres. She's fitted with a steering damper and an improved carburettor and exhaust system. Recently totally rewired and all electrics completely functional. Hood is acceptable. Yes there are still improvements any new owner can make. I am asking for £6500 which I believe is a fair price for this rarest of cars. Ring 07931 273596 or email adzemail@aol.com

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** March 2020 IMPORTANT UPDATE **

All Club Events have been temporarily suspended due to the Covid19 outbreak.

It is hoped that normal service wil be resumed as soon as possible, but in the meantime please follow Government & NHS England’s advice