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R.I.P. Bob Trostle


Bob in his shop


Bob's Museum Garage


Another look


Bob


Bob


Bob


Bob's bronze likeness


Again another view of his likeness


Another


More


And the last one


Bob and Norm Wadle


Bob with his Hall of Fame plaque at the Knoxville Hall of Fame induction


Bob at the museum


Bob interviewed at the museum


Bob posing at the museum


Bob posing by his 1977 Knoxville Nationals winning car


Bob with Shane Carson


Bob with Doug Wolfgang


Bob and Shane Carson


Bob and Shane Carson


Bob being interviewed


Bob with Doug Wolfgang


Bob autographing with Shane Carson


Bob doing more autograph


Bob with Shane Carson


Bob posing with a group at the museum

Bob's cars


Bob with Steve Kinser in the shop


Bob with Shane again


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Tom Schmeh with his # 20 cars


Bob's cars


Bob's cars from the rear


Bob's cars and their drivers


Again more of the same


The Trostle cars


Bob built this # 20, too


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Jan opperman in a Trostle


Jack Hewitt with a Trostle


Bob with another of his cars


Lealand McSpadden driving a trostle


Steve Kinser driving a trostle


Another Trostle with Dusenbery driving


Trostle car # 72 with Tom Haxall driving


Another Trostle car


And another


Jeff Gordon drove this car


This # 20 on display at the Knoxville museum


Another Trostle on display


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# 20 schematic


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Bob built chassis driven by doug Wolfgang and many other great drivers of his time. I stopped in his shop in Wichita one year while on a CRA tour and it was old looking, but he still built great cars. Later he moved into a new shop and it was amazingly different and cleaner

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