Car Builder Glenn Bopp Dies
Glenn Bopp, owner of Bopp Chassis located in Lonedell, Mo., has died.
Bopp built short track cars in the 1970s and ’80s that were driven by the likes of Bobby Allison, Rusty Wallace and Ken Schrader among others. Bopp and his family moved to North Carolina and worked for Schrader for many years, maintaining a lifelong relationship with the popular racer.
Bopp and his wife of more than 40 years, Yvonne, had two sons — Terry and Danny. Danny works as an actor and is a part-time race car driver.