Trojan Museum Trust
Patron: Tim Schenken
Welcome to the Trojan Museum Trust.
This site has been set up to tell you all about the work of the Trust and how the Trust can help you with information on all Trojan products and vehicles produced by Trojan Limited of Croydon, England.
The Trust’s purpose, as the name suggests, is to work towards the establishing and running of a museum in the UK dedicated to the products of Trojan Limited, a company which worked in engineering and produced vehicles from before the First World war until the early 1970’s. They made cars and small vans during the 20’s and 30’s, with the Post Office and Brooke Bond Tea having large fleets. They made starter trolleys for Spitfires and Hurricanes during World War Two. Larger diesel vans and motorised bikes through the 50’s, then bubblecars, Elva sports cars and McLaren racing cars in the 60’s. They even had their own Formula One team in the early 70’s. Their driver Tim Schenken is now the Trust’s patron. The company has links to Lambretta scooters in the UK and also to Suzuki motorbikes and racing. The Trust aims in the short term to collect vehicles, products, literature and information relating to Trojan Limited which will all be available for research and general interest.
You will also find on the site a basic history of the Trojan company and many pictures and copies of brochures of Trojan products. I hope you will find all of this interesting and if you have any further enquiries concerning Trojan products or the Trust then please contact us at the Trust’s email address. Also if you have any information which you think would be useful to the Trust or if you feel that perhaps you could help the trust to achieve its goal then please get in touch.
Current News Sheet
Trust News Sheet – 34