1962 Heinkel Trojan 200. Roman Blue with blue tartan upholstery. The Type 153 was Heinkel's three-wheeled competitor to the BMW Isetta, Messerschmidt KR200 and other bubblecars of the austere late '50s/early '60s. Powered by a rear-mounted single-cylinder, four-stroke engine of 204cc (later reduced to 198cc), it featured a front opening door plus a fabric sunroof that served both as a fair-weather accessory and escape hatch in the event of the door becoming jammed. European production was carried out in Germany from 1956 to 1958, and then under licence in Dundalk, Ireland from 1958 to 1960, and by Trojan Cars on the UK mainland from 1960 until the cessation of the model in 1966. The latter examples were marketed as Trojan 200s and were the last vehicles to bear the Trojan name. This stunning bubble car has been beautifully restored in 2014 and we have bills on file in excess of £20,000. Running and driving correctly this car is ready for your collection. Absolutely any inspection welcome. All major debit cards accepted. Free U.K. mainland delivery.