Troll Plastik og Bilindustri
Troll Plastik and Bilindustri was a small car manufacturer from Norway in the 1950s.
The company was based in Lunde in the province of Telemark.The engineer Per Kohl-Larsen planned after the Second World War, the production of small cars in Norway. Kohl-Larsen got to know the designer Bruno Falck and the former Saab engineer Erling Fjugstad , and so in November 1955, the first prototype, a two-seat sports look coupe with plastic body, which was equipped with a three - cylinder two-stroke engine from Saab, emerged 748 cc Capacity 33 hp power.
In 1956 production started. For reasons of cost, the bankrupt company Gutbrod from Plochingen in Germany purchased complete chassis and two-cylinder two- stroke engines, which produced about 22 kW (30 hp) with intake manifold injection from a displacement of 663 cc The gearbox was a three speed Hurth gearbox. These production vehicles were longer than the prototype and offered space for a rear seat.
In early 1957, the company went bankrupt after the production of five production vehicles, a sixth vehicle was then assembled from existing spare parts.
Between 1955 and 1957, five to six copies were produced.