In the world of racing, there is no match to the dynamic-duo of Sean Whitley aka Farmtruck and Jeff Bonnett aka AZN.
Farmtruck has been drag racing all his life and is one of the veterans in the sport.
AZN, on the other hand, is a car enthusiast, who painted curbs in order to payback his father for his first car.
So, naturally they developed a close friendship after they met at a dragstrip for the first time, and Farmtruck has been acting as a mentor to AZN ever since.
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1. Farmtruck Bought Back AZN His Car
AZN’s first car was the 1964 Chevy II Nova, which his father helped buy at $2800. The car was also his first experiment as they put a V-8 into the car. However, after AZN fell into hard times, he had to sell the car.
But his good friend and mentor, Farmtruck, tracked the car, bought it and gifted the piece of his youth to him.
2. Racer-Smack Talker-Combo
Everybody knows that racing and smack-talking go hand in hand and nobody knows this better than this racer duo.
The two have been racing in the streets for long and appearing in the reality series, Street Outlaws, since its inception on June 10, 2013. And ever since they met, Farmtruck has been doing all the racing and AZN has been doing the smack talking. They both excel in what they do.
3. Unsuspecting Machines
If you are a fan of Farmtruck, you might have come across the video where he smokes a Lamborghini Huracán. If not, then go check it out. That is exactly what Farmtruck and AZN are all about. Packing a punch in unsuspecting machines.
Farmtruck drives a 1970 Chevy long bed truck which features rusty orange paintwork, a camper shell and a lot of dents while AZN drives a 1966 Volkswagen Bug named Dung Beetle.
4. Their Projects
Farmtruck and AZN are known to put their hearts and minds in everything they build. The truck which Farmtruck drives started out as any other Chevy long bed but the passion and dedication that they put in the project made the car as it is today.
Apart from Farmtruck and Dung Beetle, they have also worked on other amazing projects with the help of their good friend, Mad Scientist, like Farmbird, a 1976 Pontiac Firebird and Gonorail, a customized monorail from Oklahoma State Fair.
5. Net Worth
Apart from the love and respect they get from the fans and fellow racers, the duo has also collected huge fortune. As a veteran of the sport, Farmtruck has garnered a net worth of $2 million and the rookie, AZN, has amassed a net worth of $350,000.
For the guys who claim that they cannot afford a paint job, those are some pretty cash-laden pockets.
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