Street Outlaws cast Net Worth
‘Street Outlaws’ is an American docu-reality TV series which started airing on the Discovery Channel on June 10, 2013.
The show is all about street racing as it features race cars and their drivers in Oklahoma City.
With a few side jobs and appearances on TV, the cast of the show has earned a hefty amount of money through their passion.
Here are the net worth of some of the cast members of the show.
Justin Shearer famously known as Big Chief, he has been a part of OKC street racing scene since a young age.
He would ride his bike to watch the races when he was just nine years old and now, he is the one who runs the show.
As of 2018, Justin has garnered an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Jerry ‘Monza’ Johnston
Jerry earned the name, Monza, thanks to the Chevy Monza that he raced with before his split bumper Camaro.
He has been driving since the 80s and has hit the number one spot on “The List” on several occasions.
Monza has accumulated a net worth of approximately $500,000.
Sean Whitley, who goes by the name Farmtruck, is known for his C100 Chevy Pickup Truck which is heavily modified.
He became interested in pickup trucks when he rode in his father’s 1956 Ford pickup at the age of 12.
He has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2012.
Jeff ‘AZN’ Bonnett
Popularly known as the sidekick of Farmtruck, they first met while racing on the street of 405.
The duo has been appearing in the show since its inception in 2013.
Jeff has garnered a net worth of $350,000 throughout his career.
“The Death Trap” driver, Chuck Seitsinger, started street racing as soon as he was old enough to drive legally.
He also operates a successful repair shop, Advanced Motorsports, in Oklahoma.
Being a part of ‘Street Outlaws’ since its inception, Chuck has an estimated net worth of $650,000 as of 2018.
David Comstock popularly known as Daddy Dave has been a car enthusiast since his early days.
As the owner of Comstock Auto Service, he has accumulated a net worth of $1 million.
James ‘Doc’ Love
A mechanic by profession, Doc has been passionate about cars and wheels since the early 70s and 80s.
He bought his very first car, a 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo, on eBay and took it to the tracks to race.
He has an estimated net worth of $550,000 as of 2018.