The History and Evolution of “Midwest Street Cars”

By: DavidPage

You might be a fan of Street Outlaws, a Discovery Channel television series. If so, then you may want to learn more about Midwest Street Cars. This shop is located in Oklahoma City. It is the epitome of street racing. There are many street racing stars, including Big Chief and Murder Nova. These individuals are the key to understanding Midwest Street Cars.

Big Chief is the man in charge of Midwest Street Cars. Although he wasn’t born in Oklahoma City, he moved there at an early age and began to be interested in street racing. He grew up in an automotive shop with his dad. It was natural that he would be interested in cars and eventually open his own shop. It wasn’t enough to have a shop that dealt with daily drivers. He was fascinated by speed and loved the idea of making an old junked car into something legendary. In the early 1990s. He has been a legend ever since. He has a shop and a front-store full of merchandise. A television crew follows him everywhere he goes. It’s both a blessing as well as a curse for him. He enjoys dealing with fast cars, and he doesn’t mind the extra attention the television show brings. Street racing is illegal and the extra attention that the television show has brought can sometimes prove to be a problem.

Street racing is all about Murder Nova. The name of the 1966 Chevrolet Nova, a flat-black Chevrolet Nova, is Murder Nova. It is currently the fastest street racer in America. The car can be driven on any street race track, but it’s equally at home on drag racing tracks. It was also moved from California to Oklahoma in the 1980s by the owner. He is a California native and grew up in love with fast cars like Big Chief.Gunman Attacks Street Outlaws Midwest Street, and Approaches Star at home

According to Midwest Street Cars Facebook Page, the shooting occurred late Monday night when the shop was closed. Confirmed that 11 shots were fired.

Hot Rod told Midwest Street Cars that Shawn was approached by a suspect shortly after 9:00 p.m.

The shooting at Midwest Street was deplorable enough, but going after Shawn’s home and family is a terrible act of violence. Midwest Street Cars is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of this suspect or suspects.