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Jessi Combs Wiki/Biography
Jessi Combs was born on the 27th July 1983, in Rapid City, South Dakota USA, and is a metal fabricator and television personality, probably best known as a co-host of “Xtreme 4×4” from 2005 to 2008, and from appearing in TLC Channel’s “Overhaulin’”. Combs’ career started in 2004.
Have you ever wondered how rich Jessi Combs is, as of 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Combs’ net worth is as high as $2 million, earned largely through her successful career as a TV personality. In addition to co-hosting the shows, Combs also competes in a wide range of racing events, which have also improved her wealth.
Jessi Combs Net Worth $2 Million
Jessi Combs spent her entire childhood near home in South Dakota, opting to stay there rather than accept a scholarship elsewhere. She went to WyoTech, and graduated at the top of her class in the Collision & Refinishing Core Program in 2004. Soon after, the WyoTech marketing department hired her and another student to construct a car from scratch in six months.
In 2005, Combs started to work as a co-host of the Spike show “Xtreme 4×4” along with Ian Johnson, staying until 2008, which significantly increased her net worth. The series followed the hosts building or modifying vehicles in a how-to format, in order to make them ready for off-road-oriented rigs. They modified various cars throughout the years, including a Toyota FJ-60 “Saggin’ Wagon”, Jeep CJ-7 “Cheap Jeep”, Ford Ranger Pick Up “Ranger Resurrection”, and Chevrolet Suburban/Hummer Body Kit “SubUrban Gorilla”. Other vehicles were an Xtreme Ultimate Trailer, Project Poison Spyder, M35 2-1/2 ton Fire truck “Bobbed Deuce”, and Suzuki Samurai “Green Machine”. Jessi’s net worth grew steadily.
Three years after leaving “Xtreme 4×4”, Combs hosted an AOL Autoblog Show, “The List: 1001 Car Things To Do Before You Die”, which can be watched on the Speed Channel. In the new episodes, Combs is working together with co-host Patrick McIntyre. Before joining co-hosting the sixth season of the Discovery Channel’s “Overhaulin’” in 2012, Combs hosted the Velocity’s “All Girls Garage”, which added further to her net worth in a show about female mechanics upgrading and repairing classic cars.
Jessi Combs is also competing in racing, and she has won many awards since 2011 including SCORE Baja 1000 – 2nd – Class 10; Ultra 4 Stampede – 1st – Legends Class; Ultra 4 Western Region Series – 1st – Spec Class; SCORE Baja 1000 – 2nd – Class 7; Rallye Aicha des Gazelles (9 off-road rally race) – 1st – First Participation – 10th overall; and most recently Ultra 4 King of the Hammers – 1st – EMC Modified Class, adding a substantial amount to her net worth and to her fame.
Combs has also set several speed records, which has seen her classified as the Fastest Woman on 4-Wheels. As of September 2016, her world land speed record stands at 477.59 mph driving the Other American Eagle on the Alvord desert.
Regarding her personal life, Jessi Combs’ most intimate details are kept private, although she is rumoured to have been a a relationship with Ian Johnson, and may now be dating Chris Jacobs. Those in the know say that she is still single – maybe it’s just that the boys can’t catch her!?
|Full Name||Jessi Combs|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||July 27, 1983|
|Place Of Birth||Rapid City, South Dakota, United States|
|Profession||Television personality, writer, professional driver, metal fabricator|
|Movies||Interview a Monster, Full Throttle TV (2009), MythBusters (2009-2010)|
|TV Shows||Xtreme 4x4 ( Spike TV show, 2005-2009), All Girls Garage (2012), Overhaulin' (2012-2014, documentary)|
|1||On October 9, 2013, Jessi drove the North American Eagle (NaE) Supersonic Speed Challenger at the Alvord desert, claiming the women's land speed record with an official run of 392.954 mph and a top speed of 440.709 mph.|
|Full Throttle TV||2009||Video short|
|Xtreme 4x4||2001||TV Series||Jessi Combs|
|Overhaulin'||2012-2014||TV Series documentary||Herself - Host|
|The List: 1001 Car Things To Do Before You Die||2013||TV Series||Herself|
|All Girls Garage||2012||TV Series||Herself|
|MythBusters||2009-2010||TV Series documentary||Herself - Host|
|MythBusters||2010||TV Series documentary||Herself - Host|