July 16, 2024

Daddy Dave, Net worth, Car, Wife

Quick Facts of David Dave

  • Gender: Male
  • Birth Country: America
  • Net Worth: $3 Million
  • Height: 6 ft
  • Eye Color: black
  • Children: 2
  • Birth Name: Dave Comstock
  • Date of Birth: April 4, 1973 (age 47 years)
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Cassi Comstock
  • Marital Status: Married
  • Weight: 73 kg
  • Hair Color: black

Dave Comstock, popularly known as Daddy Dave, is an American streetcar racer, car technician, and television star, best recognized as “King of the Streets” after appearing in a hit Discovery channel’s series ‘Street Outlaws’ in 2013 alongside Joe Woods AKA DominatorKamikaze ChrisChuck S

eitsinger and several other cast members.

Daddy Dave, a famous star of the Discovery Channel’s series, Street Outlaws, is with the show since the start of show on June 10, 2013. As a racer on the show, he has won almost every race, which and its cash prize, which earned him the title “King of the Streets.” Moreover, Dave is also accessible on social media, with over 590k followers on Instagram, over 45.5k followers on Twitter, and over 1.3 million followers on his Facebook Page.

Daddy Dave’s Bio, Early life and Career

Dave Comstock was born on mid-1973 in the United States. Facts relating to Dave’s exact birth date, family, and educational background are yet to be revealed.

Daddy Dave’s street racing career started after he started taking part in street racing when he was only 16 years old, with his dad’s car; a 1978 Chevy Impala. Later, Dave started racing with his new custom-designed car, the 1996 GMC Sonoma S10 pickup truck on a reality TV show named ‘Pinks’ in 2009, funded by Jackie Knox for equipment and car upgrades.

This was the time when he met Justin Shearer aka Big Chief, and they both started staring on street racing events on Street Outlaws. As he entered Street Outlaws in 2013, he completely started dominating the street race and ultimately got himself the title of “King of the Streets.”

Jackie Knox, a foundation mogul, invested in Daddy Dave’s racing car until he got in an accident resulting in severe damage in Texas.

The nitrous-fueled Goliath 1,  1963 Chevy Nova, was utterly destroyed in the 2015 crash, which nearly took Dave’s life as well. Dave then separated with his bankroller, Knox, after the accident but didn’t give up on racing. Soon after his accident, he began working on the Goliath 2.0, rolling a twin-turbo setup. As of 2020, he is waiting for the season to start again, put his car back on the racing tracks.

What is Daddy Dave’s Net Worth?

Currently, 57 years old Daddy Dave has an estimated net worth of above $3 million. Dave earned such a massive wealth as a professional streetcar racer, car technician, and television star. Besides this, he also owns his own online shopping business, where he sells T-shirts, car gears, and branded cars as well.

Further, here are some facts relating to Daddy Dave’s net worth:

Approximated Net Worth in 2020(Till May)+$3 million
Past Year’s Net Worth (2019)$3 million
Salary Per Episode$20,000
Yearly Income$200,000- $400,000
Source of IncomeFitness model/Reality Star(profession)

His 1996 GMC Sonoma S10 car, funded by Jackie Knox, led him to win almost all races making him the king of the streets. He also owns another car, Goliath 1, a 1963 Chevy Nova, which was nearly destroyed in an accident. As of now, He owns a 1963 Chevy Nova, Goliath 2.0, the upgraded version of his car, which now has better equipment and nitro-fuels engine. Dave’s garage also maintains other popular branded cars, for upgrades.

Is Daddy Dave married or dating someone?

Dave Comstock AKA Daddy Dave is happily married to Cassi Comstock. They are reportedly together since 2013. The couple together has two children; a daughter, and a son, whose names aren’t revealed.

David Dave Wife Cassi
Daddy Dave and his wife Cassi

Daddy Dave’s Body Measurements

Weight73 kg
Height6 feet
Body TypeOval

Daddy Dave Accident

Dave “Daddy” Comstock who stars in the hot drag racing reality TV show, Street Outlaws, suffered a terrible accident in August, 2015. Nicknamed Goliath, Dave Comstock was driving in a no prep race at Amarillo Dragway in Texas when misfortune struck. Apparently the car somersaulted at least 6 to 8 times and suffered major bumps before coming to a halt die to an impact with the guard rail. Comstock was grievously injured as a result and suffered from pretty serious concussions in the head.

Comstock was participating on course of the show in a sudden race down the Texas roads when his car skid off the track and spiralled out of control. With Daddy Dave behind the steering wheel, the car somersaulted at least 6 times, almost halfway down the racetrack before it hit the guardrail. The racer was trapped inside the car’s mangled body and bent exteriors before he had to be extricated from jaws of death. Luckily it did not catch any fire but he was immediately hospitalised under the intense care and trauma unit for operation. His wife, Cassi later took to Facebook to inform that her husband suffered a major concussion and bruised lungs besides plenty of bruises but has regained consciousness. His memory hasn’t come back, especially the time of the crash, but apart from that, he was slowly but steadily recovering. 

Steve Lamberson who happens to be the race operations manager at Amarillo Dragway, witnessed it all and was one of the first people to get there on the spot and help Comstock out from the car. 

“Street Outlaws” made its debut in 2013, with the show’s fourth season concluded in March. Dave however returned to the show post recovery and is currently driving his state-of-the-art beastly machine Chevy ll nicknamed Goliath. However as are the constantly evolving demands of this drag racing show, he had to go for an upgrade to Bob Tynan at Tynan Race Cars in Missouri. His Chevy was upgraded with double framerail that would lend a definite rigidity and structural integrity to the car overall, 4-link updated and adjustable, a new nose crafted and a significantly reduced height of ride to make the car not only more accessible but also flexible and comfortable. He also switched back to the ProCharger combination that has potential to cover 1/8-mile in 3.59-seconds.

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