Big Chief Net Worth

He is best known for his appearances on the Discovery Channel show Street Outlaws. He has also appeared on the show Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings. Big Chief has earned his net worth through his appearances on television, as well as his racing career. Big Chief is an American street racer and reality television personality who has a net worth of $3 million. He has been part of the OKC street racing scene since he was nine years old and is best known for his appearances on the Discovery Channel show Street Outlaws and Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings. His net worth has been earned through his television appearances and racing career.
Big Chief is a member of Race Car Drivers

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day December 09, 1980
Birth Place United States
Birth Sign Sagittarius
Net Worth: $3 Million

💰 Net worth: $3 Million (2024)

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As a child he would ride his bike to watch the races, and now he runs them. Big Chief is best known for being featured on the Discovery reality TV series Street Outlaws which began airing in June 2013. There have been 9 seasons of Street Outlaws as of July 2017. As of this writing, there have been 88 episodes. The show is produced by Pilgrim Studios which is the same studio behind programs such as American Chopper, Fast N' Loud, Dirty Jobs, Ghost Hunters and more.

Big Chief built a top secret project which he eventually named "The Crow". The Crow is a 1971 Pontiac LeMans with 88mm Precision Twin Turbos. Each turbocharger can support nearly 1500 horsepower. The car also features a machine balanced Pontiac big block motor, 10.5″ tires, and advanced racepak wiring. Big Chief's real name is Justin Shearer. Big Chief has two sons and said his proudest moment was when they were born. Big Chief is married and met his wife Alicia when he was 18 years old and working at a gas station. He works out of the Midwest Street Cars Automotive office which sells memorabilia in Oklahoma City. He oversees a running top-10 list of the best street racers that many people would die to make. Keep watching Big Chief on Discovery Channel!