Stacey David (GearZ) Wife, Bio, Wiki, Age, Injury, Accident, Net Worth, Haircut, Trucks and Copperhead

Stacey David Biography and Wiki

Stacey David is an American TV Personality currently working as the host of the TV series GearZ on MavTV and Velocity. He has worked on numerous vehicle modification and repair projects. Many of these projects are unique in terms of the final results.

Stacey David Age

Stacey has not disclosed his exact age to the public, He was born in the USA.

Stacey David Height

Stacey stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches.

Stacey David Family

Stacey was born and raised in Idaho in a humble family,  however, he has not disclosed any information on his family or his siblings.

Stacey David Wife Kathryn David

Stacey is married to his loving wife Kathryn David. Kathryn backs up Stacey by serving as the legal, corporate, and financial officer for Rattletrap Productions Incorporated and David Entertainment since October 2009.

Stacey David Net Worth 2022

How Much is Stacey David Worth? David has an estimated net worth of $3 million as of 2022, He currently working as the host of the TV series GearZ on MavTV and Velocity

Stacey David Trucks

David works on a wide range of vehicles, from off-road four-wheel drives to hot rod street trucks to around-the-woods all-terrain vehicles, and just about anything else with an engine and a steering mechanism.

Stacey David GearZ Wikipedia

He built his name in the hot rod club by driving to school every day in a 1930 5 Window Coupe. For as long as he can remember, David has been fascinated with automobiles.

Even before he was a teenager, he was able to make his go-karts lightning fast by fitting 440cc snowmobile engines. He restored his sister’s 1963 Volkswagen Beetle when he was twelve years old. His fascination in four-wheel drive and off-roading began with his father’s flat-fender Willys Jeep.

During his tenure at Boise State University, he spent time that would otherwise have been spent in a “boring” Biology class learning how to race at local tracks. He learned everything he could about racing icons like Richard Petty, Don Garlits, and Carroll Shelby while he was there.

David’s ambition to buy and operate a one-of-a-kind automobile lead him to the best approach to accomplish this goal: construct it himself. To do this, he studied under famed hot-rodders (custom vehicle builders) George Barris, John Buttera, and Darryl Starbird.

With those talents in hand, David relocated to Nashville and established his own custom automobile shop, “Rattletrap.” He kept his reputation intact by working on anything that was pushed, pulled, or dragged into his store. “Rattletrap” provided engine manufacturing, bespoke paint, fabrication, and other services.

David’s career took a shift to “TV land” in the late 1990s when he was given the role of presenter of the TV show Trucks!. Eager to capitalize on the chance, David joined Mel Fair as a co-host of the show beginning with the 1999 season. However, Fair quit the show in 2000, leaving David as the only host.

During the eight years, he presented Trucks!, the program became one of the highest-rated on Spike TV’s weekend roster, thanks in part to David’s ability to design and build his own projects, which was not the case with many other shows at the time. Throughout the years David presented “Trucks!”, it had the largest viewership of any automotive how-to television show.

David continued to host and produce the show until the conclusion of the 2005 season, when he elected to explore “other chances,” as he put it. The meaning of “other chances” was disclosed on March 31, 2007, and a little earlier for his devoted fan base as a new show called Stacey David’s GearZ, which aired on ESPN2.

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