Street Outlaws James “Doc” Love selling equipment to race in 2021

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to Street Outlaws racer James “Doc” Love, he’s been forced to sell off the equipment to compete in 2021. At the end of the 2020 taping, he crashed the Street Beast.

He said that the Street Beast is done. Love said that he needs to sell off the equipment to have his new car ready for the upcoming season.

Street Beast driven by James “Doc” Love was involved in a crash while filming for Street Outlaws' upcoming show
Street Beast driven by James “Doc” Love was involved in a crash while filming for Street Outlaws’ upcoming show (Photo by Street Beast “Doc”/Facebook)

Here are the items being sold:

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  • 1987 Monte Carlo SS
  • 2007 Renegade
  • 2003 Wildside
  • 2001 Fulton (706) 728
  • 1981 WS Bandit Clone Trans AM

“As much as it kills me to think about, I’ve had to make some very hard decisions in the last couple of days,” Love said in a Facebook post. “The OG Street Beast is done, and I just can’t afford to finish the new car on my own, without selling off a few of my Team No Respect members. I will pretty much have to sit out of all of the 2021 racing season while the new car is getting finished. So with that being said, I am putting my Toter home, Stacker Trailer, 1 of my 728’ engines, my 78 Bandit Clone Trans Am project car, and my beloved Daily Driver 87 Monte Carlo SS on the market.”

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While he’s selling his equipment, Love is also looking for sponsors to help with his program.

“I’m also still looking for the right sponsors to help push my program to the next level,” he said. “And [to] get back to being competitive again.”

Love and the rest of the Street Outlaws drivers will compete in the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings for the first time since 2019 in the next few months. They were not able to film this show in 2020 due to the coronavirus.

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Despite the No Prep Kings show being canceled, Love did participated in the OG Street Outlaws and Street Outlaws Mega Cash Days tapings.

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