'Street Outlaws' — Farmtruck and AZN Spin-off Coming Soon
Street Outlaws stars Farmtruck and AZN are getting their own spin-off show STREET OUTLAWS: FARMTRUCK AND AZN. The dynamic duo who have been best friends for over a decade has prepared a new batch of creations for the viewers.
STREET OUTLAWS: FARMTRUCK AND AZN was originally supposed to premiere around the new year 2021, but the production was put on hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Farmtruck and AZN recently made a post on Instagram, uploading a photo of them being interviewed for the spin-off series.
So far, it’s not confirmed when their show will premiere but the pair gave a sneak peek back in 2020 through their own cameras to show some projects they had been working on for the show.
Who Are Farmtruck And AZN?
Farmtruck and AZN are known for their crazy one of a kind builds in Street Outlaws and their love for racing. They are among some of the best known street racers and are veterans in the field. But other than the builds they make and share on their shows and YouTube channel, they speak little about themselves.
Farmtruck’s real name is Sean Whitley and as seen on his shows, his love for trucks and racing runs deep. He first grew interested in trucks after riding in his father’s 1956 Ford pickup when he was 12.
He started working on cars, eventually customizing them to look the same from the outside but to be deceptively fast. In his initial years of picking up the hobby, Farmtruck customized dozens of cars but was never attached to them. That all changed when he got his signature ride, a 1970 C-10 Chevy Pickup Truck, which he bought after seeing an ad that read, “Very fast truck for sale” in an Auto Trader Magazine.
As for Farmtruck’s partner, best friend, and sidekick AZN, his real name is Jeff Bonnet. He got into racing and customization because of the street racing scene in his hometown. He became famous by racing in the street scene of Oklahoma and later joined Street Outlaws.
Challenger Turned Friend
AZN and Farmtruck, sharing the same interests, crossed each other’s paths in a street race. Farmtruck was holding the trophy for street king and AZN stepped up against him as the challenger.
AZN lost the race, but the two developed a friendship that kept growing stronger with time. The two often showed each other what they had done with their rides and slowly started working on projects together. Before long, they started taking part in race tracks as a team.
Farmtruck and AZN’s partnership has since extended beyond just the race tracks. Together, they operate their clothing store, The FNA Firehouse in Oklahoma, and also have their own beef jerky. They also do car customizations and run their YouTube channel FarmtruckandAZN.
Their YouTube channel has amassed over 150,000 subscribers and has content relating to racing, customizing, part scavenging, and other fun stuff.